About us

Raddec International is a specialist radioanalytical company, established in 2003. It is a leading provider of innovative radioanalytical instruments for the efficient extraction and purification of radionuclides and elements. Raddec systems are designed by practicing expert scientists who understand the technical issues and demands faced by modern radioanalytical laboratories.

The company provides radioanalytical solutions designed for flexibility and performance across a range of industry sectors. All instruments and software have been rigorously tested and frequently supported by publications in the international scientific literature.

The hardware innovations focus on the extraction of volatile elements/radionuclides - typically tritium, carbon, sulphur, chlorine and iodine - from samples. The instrumentation has found extensive application in various sectors including nuclear decommissioning and nuclear defence, fusion research, environmental, regulatory and AMS analytical laboratories as well as being used for academic research.

Raddec’s range of equipment, software and consumables has been extensively tested and is underpinned by in-house R&D that has led to regular publications in the scientific literature. The instruments are used in diverse radioanalytical laboratories worldwide.

Raddec International sells to end users directly - or through one of its valued international agencies. These include: Clover Technology Group (NuClover, China), Gamble Technologies (Canada), Noki Technologies (India), SOWA (Japan) and Triskem International (France).

U.K. Customers

  • Astra Zeneca (Brixham)
  • AMEC-NIRAS Ltd (Warrington)
  • AWE plc (Aldermaston)
  • Babcock RMDL (Plymouth)
  • Babcock BES (Rosyth)
  • Babcock International (Westlakes Science Park)
  • Babcock (HMNB, Faslane)
  • Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, CCFE
  • Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, CCFE - HBO2
  • Defence Radiological Protection Service (Gosport)
  • DSRL (Dounreay, Scotland)
  • ESG Ltd (Didcot)
  • GAU-Radioanalytical (Southampton)
  • GAU-Radioanalytical (Southampton) - HBO2
  • GE-Healthcare (Amersham)
  • GE-Healthcare (Cardiff)
  • National Nuclear Laboratory (Springfields)
  • National Physical Laboratory (Teddington)
  • Health Protection Agency (Didcot)
  • Health Protection Agency (Glasgow)
  • Magnox (Chapelcross)
  • Magnox (Dungeness)
  • Sellafield Ltd (Sellafield)
  • UKAEA (Culham)

International Customers

  • ARS International (LA, USA)
  • Inst. Rad. Safety & Ecology (Kazakhstan)
  • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (India)
  • Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (Ottawa, Canada)
  • Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (Ottawa, Canada) - HBO2
  • CARER (Managlore University, India))
  • Cernavoda NPP (Romania)
  • CloverTek (China)
  • CNL (Chalk River, Canada)
  • DFI (Bern, Switzerland)
  • Eichrom Laboratories (Bruz, France)
  • Federal State Inst. Burnazyan Fed. Med. & Biophys. Center (Russia)
  • FOI (Umea, Sweden)
  • Forschungszentrum Julich (Julich, Germany)
  • GEL (Charleston, USA)
  • HES-GE (Geneve, Switzerland)
  • Jefferson Laboratory (Virginia, USA)
  • Korean Atomic Energy Research Institution (Daejeon, S. Korea)
  • Korean Institute of Nuclear Safety (Daejeon, S. Korea)
  • Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (Daejeon, S. Korea)
  • Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (S. Korea)
  • Nat Res Inst Fish Sci (Yokohama, Japan)
  • NRG (Petten, Netherlands)
  • PNNL (Richland, USA)
  • RIKILT (Netherlands)
  • SCK-CEN (Mol, Belgium)
  • SRNL (Aiken, USA)
  • Studsvik (Nykoping, Sweden)
  • U-Series (Bologna, Italy)
  • USeville (Spain)
  • Xi'an Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Center (China)