Phoenix Dosimetry Limited

Phoenix Dosimetry Ltd is a specialist Dosimetry company manufacturing and distributing Radiation Monitoring and Radiotherapy peripherals. We are the UK and Irish distributor for Thermo Scientific for the provision of all Harshaw TLD Materials, Readers and Accessories. We also sell the health physics range including the NEW TruDose Personal Electronic dosemeter. Other products include the RadEye, Mini Instruments and Gate Monitoring Systems for vehicles.

We are based in Sandhurst and have extensive workshop/repair facilities which offer fast repair/calibration services for both Mini Monitors and NE Legacy Products. In addition we now offer a calibration facility for the Thermo EPD-2 Electronic Personal Dosemeters.

We manufacture the original NE-2571/NE-2581 Farmer Chambers together with Phantoms for Radiotherapy Dosimetry. We also manufacture robust Dosimetry Cables and Patch Panels which are made to customer specifications, these are offered in combination with Bart’s Solid Water/mimicking materials which we sell either as loose materials or as custom designed Phantoms.

We also represent John Caunt Scientific (based in Manchester) for the ‘Aegis ED3 Extremity Dosemeter’, this is ideal for monitoring extremity doses in Nuclear Medicine and associated departments.

Phoenix Dosimetry Ltd offer ‘on-site’ demonstrations of equipment or peripherals as required. We welcome visitors to our facilities in Sandhurst for presentations and demonstrations of equipment/solutions.


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Phoenix Dosimetry Limited,
Sandhurst, Berkshire, UK

Mike Sweeney, Director
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