Company GAMMASPECTRO specializes in the development and production of innovative spectrometric equipment with various detectors. Our equipment is used in geology and ecology, medicine and scientific research, customs control and other fields.
In our equipment we use a unique software developed by our specialists that allows us to accurately process the electrical impulse received from the detector.
As a result, you will receive reliable information on the sources of gamma-radiation for making managerial decisions.
All our equipment was field tested and received positive feedback from users, in particular leading geologists of Ukraine and abroad. The unique device SKRINER chair - was awarded the Gold Medal at the International Medical Forum of Innovative Technologies in Brussels.
At the request of the customer, we can refine and customize our equipment to perform specific tasks. We will always be glad to see you as our partners and customers. We guarantee reliable measurement results.
History of development
Our company was organized by a group of engineers in 1991. The introduction of innovative ideas and advanced technologies, as well as the orientation towards international standards, allow the creation of equipment meeting modern scientific and technical standards, practical and reliable in use. Cooperation with the leading specialized national, foreign and international organizations allows not to stop at what has been achieved, to constantly move forward and improve.
To solve scientific and production issues, Company GAMMASPECTRO has its own production base, a workshop for installing radio electronic devices, and a workshop.
The company employs highly qualified specialists in the development and manufacture of measuring equipment and other equipment, which are powerful in its potential department of scientific and technical developments, the installation and adjustment of radio electronic equipment, the design department and other units. At the moment the staff of Company GAMMASPECTRO has more than 30 employees. Of these, 7 people have academic degrees.