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Howdy from Nashville TN

Post by GCVM » 11 Feb 2019, 08:57

I'm a collector and restorer of vintage radiation detectors. Many of the units in my collection are from the 50's. I'm not a scientist or engineer. I'm just a guy enjoying what I'm doing and trying to learn a few things in the process. I have a YouTube channel ( Geiger Counter Virtual Museum ) where I show some of the detectors I've restored. Most of the units required high voltage obsolete batteries which I put together converters that use regular 9V's.
Thanks for having me, Bob

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iRad
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Post by iRad » 11 Feb 2019, 10:32

Hi Bob - I’ve seen you videos, great work. I especially love the work you did restoring that PRI 118 Royal Scintillator. What a beautiful instrument. Glad you are here. Cheers, Tom
Cheers, Tom Hall / IRAD INC / Stuart, FL USA
Please check out my eBay Store: http://stores.ebay.com/The-Rad-Lab

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