Absolute Dosimetry

Precise QA solutions

IBA Dosimetry offers a complete range of solutions for absolute dosimetry.

Products include reference class electrometers, radiation detectors for dosimetry of photon and electron beams, and radioactive stability check devices.

Solid and small water phantoms support modern dosimetry protocols, e.g. AAPM TG-51 and IAEA TRS-398. All phantoms fulfill highest engineering standards to ensure optimal accuracy and durability.

Prior to shipment, the equipment is calibrated in our SSDL calibration laboratory.

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QA Solutions for Radiation Therapy and more

Have a look at our complete portfolio overview of Quality Assurance solutions and upgrades.

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Detailed Product Catalog for Radiation Therapy

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Reference class electrometers

IBA Dosimetry Radiation Product Dose 1

Dose 1

Single Channel High-Performance Reference Class Electrometer

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Dose 2

Reference class electrometer for measurements of absorbed dose

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Water phantoms for absolute dosimetry

IBA Dosimetry Radiation Product Manual WP1D Water Phantom

WP1D Water Phantom

1D stand-alone water phantom for absolute dose measurements

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Solid Phantoms

Solid Phantoms

for Absolute Dosimetry

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Detectors for Absolute Dosimetry

IBA Dosimetry offers a full range of ionization chambers and pSi semiconductor detectors for various 2D and 3D water phantom systems and solid phantoms. All detectors are from our in-house production and have been extensively tested to meet the highest criteria in radiotherapy dosimetry.

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Beam Data Verification Audit with Monte Carlo

Gain clarity and the peace of mind that the quality of your new or existing beam data is accurate, or know how to improve it if needed.