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SPC Doza delivered more than 30 radiation monitoring systems to medical institutions of the country


Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy about the equipment of SPC Doza

In 2021 more than 30 radiation monitoring systems produced by Moscow company SPC Doza were delivered to oncological dispensaries and medical nuclear centers throughout Russia. This was announced by the head of Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexander Prokhorov.

Within the framework of the national project "Fight against oncological diseases" of Ministry of Health, SPC Doza has provided medical institutions of more than 15 regions of the country with equipment of radiation situation monitoring. Nowadays "Fregat" radiation monitoring systems work in clinics, hospitals, oncology dispensaries, as well as centres of nuclear medicine and raditherapy in Pyatigorsk, Lipetsk, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Omsk, St. Petersburg and other cities.

In Moscow "Fregat" systems monitor radiation situation in the Moscow Regional Oncology Centre in Balashikha, Burdenko Main Military Clinical Hospital of RF Ministry of Defence, clinic of Administrative directorate of RF President, P. Hertsen Moscow Oncology Research Institute and International Medical Cluster at Skolkovo Innovation Centre.

"The radiation monitoring equipment produced in Moscow finds its application in a wide variety of areas, from nuclear energy to medicine. These are high-tech solutions to build relatively inexpensive and easy-to-operate systems for radiation-hazardous facilities, such as isotope storage systems, clinical radionuclide diagnostics and therapy departments, NPP and others. Due to its competitive advantages the equipment of SPC Doza is in demand abroad. Thus, "Fregat" systems have been purchased for clinics of India, Qatar, Korea, Turkey and the UAE," the head of the department noted.

These systems automatically monitor the radiation background in premises and, in case of its increase, inform the specialists about it with the help of visual and audible signals. The systems also control actuators door locks, ventilation isolation, specialized signaling devices that allow you to install physical barriers to propagation of ionizing radiation.

Another solution of the company which is in demand in the medical sector is equipment to determine a radiation exposure of patients. Over the past three years, sales of dosimeters that determine a dose received by a patient during radiographic procedures have more than doubled, with more than 1200 units purchased annually. Key advantages of these products over imported analogues are their competitive price, Russian-language interface and software developed by the company, which allows fast and easy completion of report forms, drawing up radiation exposure charts and automatic control over received X-ray dose.

Last year SPC Doza made large deliveries of radiation monitoring equipment and systems to Rostov, Kursk and Balakovo NPPs and other institutions of nuclear industry.

"If we talk about export direction, in 2021 a batch of equipment was sent to China for the nuclear reactor CFR-600, and the specialists of our company completed the installation and supervision work of the radiation monitoring system in the multi-purpose irradiation centre CNTRD in Bolivia. Moreover, personnel contamination monitors with English-language interface were released, which have already been delivered to Chashma NPP, Qinshan NPP in China, as well as to the production of Moltek radiopharmaceuticals in Turkey," said Alexey Nurlybaev, General Director of SPC Doza.