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Are you thinking of getting a radiological meter for the troubled times we live in, but you're confused about the fancy digital meters you're seeing that read in unfamiliar units like Sieverts and have capabilities you don't understand? You may be a candidate for one of the Civil Defense meters of the Cold War era that still perform excellently and that measure radiation Are you thinking of getting a radiological meter for the troubled times we live in, but you're confused about the fancy digital meters you're seeing that read in unfamiliar units like Sieverts and have capabilities you don't understand? You may be a candidate for one of the Civil Defense meters of the Cold War era that still perform excellently and that measure radiation in Roentgens, the units you know and grew up with. They also cost a lot less than the fancy new digital meters, and there is less to go wrong with them. Dr. Charles S. Brocato wrote this book to help you decide which meter is right for you, and how you can buy one that you can count on to work properly. He explains each available meter's capabilities in terms of measuring high levels or low levels of radiation, and why you want a meter that reads in Roentgens. The book features color photos of each instrument described. With this information, you can choose your meter with confidence and know that it will work when you need it most.


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Are you thinking of getting a radiological meter for the troubled times we live in, but you're confused about the fancy digital meters you're seeing that read in unfamiliar units like Sieverts and have capabilities you don't understand? You may be a candidate for one of the Civil Defense meters of the Cold War era that still perform excellently and that measure radiation Are you thinking of getting a radiological meter for the troubled times we live in, but you're confused about the fancy digital meters you're seeing that read in unfamiliar units like Sieverts and have capabilities you don't understand? You may be a candidate for one of the Civil Defense meters of the Cold War era that still perform excellently and that measure radiation in Roentgens, the units you know and grew up with. They also cost a lot less than the fancy new digital meters, and there is less to go wrong with them. Dr. Charles S. Brocato wrote this book to help you decide which meter is right for you, and how you can buy one that you can count on to work properly. He explains each available meter's capabilities in terms of measuring high levels or low levels of radiation, and why you want a meter that reads in Roentgens. The book features color photos of each instrument described. With this information, you can choose your meter with confidence and know that it will work when you need it most.

7 review for How To Choose A Civil Defense Radiological Instrument: Geiger Counters & Dosimeters (Dr. "B"s Radiation Series Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Grace J. J.

    Excellent book! I loved every detail and all of the very useful tips. Very entertaining.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Garry Aydon

    Tells it like it is! I stumble on this book on Amazon when looking for a Geiger Counter, very informative. Not a US resident, but still have concern elsewhere and the governments will never tell the truth doing so unfortunately will cause massive chaos. The book explains a few things I have not remembered from College physics, so that was good. Interesting that he says the counters still work after 40 - 60 years, not sure if we could say that about some items built today. Now I have a few more web s Tells it like it is! I stumble on this book on Amazon when looking for a Geiger Counter, very informative. Not a US resident, but still have concern elsewhere and the governments will never tell the truth doing so unfortunately will cause massive chaos. The book explains a few things I have not remembered from College physics, so that was good. Interesting that he says the counters still work after 40 - 60 years, not sure if we could say that about some items built today. Now I have a few more web sites to check out and then out of interest will try to buy something, maybe not one mentioned but just something to use.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Richard Weber

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