The WG CP Full Body Security Screening Mobile Inspection Point has been designed as rapid deployable and flexible full body scanner for outdoor events and sites.
It will assist in the detection both IN and ON the body for:
- Any objects that can be considered dangerous.
- Bladed articles;
- Cold arms and firearms, including those made of ceramics;
- Explosive gelatine;
- Inflammable materials;
- Liquid explosive;
- Paralysing liquids and gases;
It can be operational within 10-15 minutes of arrival at a location, ready for mass or selective body scanning of persons.
It is supplied with an autonomous electrical generator no other infrastructure is required.
The system is built into a minivan making it rapid deployable, the minivan is divided into three areas: cabin, scanning and operator by X-ray protected walls.
Dose Rate to Scanned Persons
Inspected person dose rate per one inspection does not exceed the pre-set value of 0.1 μSv.
The annual quota established for this system in respect of dose rate per person in case of repeated inspections is equal to 25% of the limit technogenic radiation dose for population, i.e. 0.25 mSv per year.
Taking into account the above characteristics of the system, it makes it possible to perform up to 2,500 inspections per year or 6-7 inspections a day (the dose rate per one scanning makes 0.1 μSv) of one and the same person. When using the increased penetration mode with the aim to detect the ingested drugs the inspected person dose rate per one inspection does not exceed the manufacturer pre-set value of 0.3 μSv. The dose rate of 0.2 μSv received by the inspected person per one inspection is comparable with the external radiation dose due to the average Earth natural radiation background received within 48 minutes or within 1.5-2.5 minutes of a flight in a plane at the altitude of 8-10 km.
Safe Prrotection Zone
Personnel and population radiation protection near the opened door of the screening area is ensured by means of establishing a safe protection zone using road cones and barrier tape.
According to the requirements of the national law on radiation protection the user independently determines the dimensions of the restricted (controlled) sanitary protection zone.