LUDLUM METERS NEEDED!

Due to growth, we are purchasing more Ludlum meters. Do you have a Ludlum Model 3 or a Ludlum 2241-2 you are interested in selling? All […]

COMMUNICATING WITH SCRAP DEALERS

It is common that reputable scrap dealers tend to use lower acceptance limits than state exemption limits to avoid massive amounts of metal stockpiling which results […]

MOVING TO A 0.25 µCi SOURCE?

When purchasing a NORM meter to be used for surveying for NORM, it is beneficial to evaluate the activity concentration options of the check source to […]

NORM AND H2S

A common misconception regarding NORM and H2S is that if H2S is present, that NORM will be automatically be present. NORM can be found in a […]

SERVICE COMPANY ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA

Service companies commonly work on equipment that comes in from the oilfield at their own shops, yards and facilities. This is standard practice for service companies […]

SURVEYING IN EXTREME TEMPERATURES

When surveying in extreme temperatures, it is imperative to be aware of the temperature range at which your meter is rated. Most common NORM survey instruments […]

FEBRUARY 2014 SCHEDULE UPDATES

All open-enrollment classes are now scheduled to run from 8AM to 5PM, with lunch-on-your-own. Due to the amount of information that the open-enrollment Transportation of NORM […]

RSO DAY CHANGE EFFECTIVE MARCH 2014

Effective March 1st, RSO courses will change from four-day courses to five-day courses. Courses offered before March 2014 are on the original four-day schedule.

Avoid Disposing of Another’s Waste

Surveying rental equipment, such as vac boxes, frac tanks, trailers, and scrap bins can prevent “head-aches” when disposing of material and metal. Equipment is rented out […]

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