County Durham based radiation tech pioneer Kromek wins $960,000 contract for nuclear detection kit

County Durham based radiation tech pioneer Kromek wins $960,000 contract for nuclear detection kit

County Durham radiation tech specialist Kromek has won a contract worth almost £700,000 for its nuclear detection work.

The firm, based at NETPark in Sedgefield, which develops detection technology for the medical, security screening and nuclear markets, has been awarded a contract worth a minimum of $960,000 in the nuclear detection segment, around $150,000 (£108,000) of which it will receive this financial year.

The group will receive $260,000 (£187,000) to customise its CZT detector platform to be used in a new radiation detection product that will be available in Asia.

Source: Chronicle Live

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