Radiation Data in Japan
The Tohoku Earthquake, tsunami and Fukushima Daichi disaster created many challenges for the people of Japan. IMI has been deeply involved in providing assistance and solutions since these events unfolded two years ago. On March 11 2011 all lines on the Medcom phone systems started ringing 24 hours a day. The people of Japan [...]Read more >
Since March 11, 2011, International Medcom has made a major commitment to Japan by providing radiation detection instruments, radiation detector knowledge, donations, and volunteer time. In supporting a great organization named Safecast, we have contributed to the mapping of over 3 million radiation data points in Japan and beyond. The first of two PBS News Story videos features International Medcom and calls our instruments “good quality.”
The second PBS News Story covers Safecast, an organization mapping radiation data levels in Japan and Beyond, and explains what their mission is. Safecast is deserving of support in their important work.Read more >
International Medcom, Inc. is pleased to announce the introduction of its enhanced geiger counter, the Inspector Alert (IA). The Inspector Alert, is IMI’s best-selling radiation monitor due to its reliability, accuracy and ease of use. The new Inspector Alert (IA) geiger counter features: Improved and simplified user interface Enhanced shock mounting for the Geiger-Mueller tube [...]Read more >
Geiger Counters & Radiation Detectors by International Medcom, Inc.International Medcom, Inc. designs and manufactures high quality geiger counters, radiation detection instruments and environmental monitoring systems. These particle detection devices have broad applications in public health and safety, environmental protection, industrial safety, medicine, physics education, scientific research and homeland security. Geiger counters such as the Radalert 50™, Radalert 100™, Inspector™ and Inspector Alert™ are used by many fire departments, police departments, and other emergency response agencies. Our custom-designed environmental monitoring systems are used in community radiation monitoring networks and in perimeter-monitoring security systems for public events in major metropolitan areas. Through our support of Safecast and other nonprofit organizations during the recent Fukushima disaster, radiation levels were reported and displayed on open networks before government agencies were able to respond.