• The Demountable Neutron Detector
    NOVA's demountable detector utilizing a delay line readout from Surface Concept (Mainz, Germany), and NeuView™ MCPs inside.
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  • NIST Center for Neutron Research
    A large area NOVA Scientific neutron imaging MCP is employed as a ‘user facility’ for high spatial resolution imaging, at NIST’s Center for Neutron Research in Maryland, USA.
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  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    NOVA Scientific neutron imaging MCPs are now actively utilized as ‘user facilities’ at DOE’s Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) and High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR), at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, USA
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  • Neutron-sensitive NeuView™ microchannel plates from NOVA Scientific
    NeuView™ format sizes: 105 mm square, 33 mm round, 50 mm round and 150 mm square
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  • European Spallation Source (ESS)
    NOVA’s neutron-sensitive MCPs are at the heart of an advanced MCP-based neutron detector that provided the very first European Spallation Source pulse signature measurement at HZB Berlin's ESS simulation beamline. The giant European Spallation Source lab is now under construction in Sweden.
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Demountable Neutron Detectors

NOVA Scientific’s recently upgraded neutron imaging demountable is now equipped with a highly user friendly and ‘turn-key’ imaging and ultra-fast timing Delay Line Readout from Surface Concept (Mainz, Germany), capable of very high spatial and ultra-fast timing resolution – in a wide range of formats up to 150mm. A link to the demountable detector brochure can be found here, and a link to our joint website can be found here.
Contact us directly for more information about our customized demountable neutron detector solutions, including square or rectangular detection areas as well as alternate readouts: phosphor screen, single- and multi-anodes, crossed grid, Wedge and Strip, Medipix/Timepix, and Resistive Anode.
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First European Spallation Source Pulse Signature Measured at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin

NOVA’S ND40DL vacuum sealed neutron imaging detector with delay line readout was employed to measure the first European Spallation Source pulse signature at Helmholtz-Zentrum in Berlin in late May 2015. The Berlin test beamline provides real-world conditions for simulated development testing for the ESS facility under construction in Lund, Sweden.

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May 16, 2017 – NOVA Scientific has a growing set of patents, both domestic and foreign, addressing highly effective gamma ray discrimination and rejection with neutron-sensitive microchannel plates (MCPs). An additional such patent has just been issued, US patent 9,651,688. This is only the latest patent in an extensive IP portfolio advancing the state-of-the-art in … Continue reading US Patent #9,651,688

March 29, 2016 – NOVA Scientific was issued US patent 9,297,914, further advancing highly effective gamma ray discrimination in NOVA’s microchannel plate based neutron detectors, while still preserving outstanding neutron detection sensitivity. This is only the latest patent in an extensive portfolio of patents, advancing the state-of-the-art in neutron imaging and detection, providing a unique … Continue reading US Patent #9,297,914

July 14, 2015 – NOVA Scientific was issued US patent 9,082,907 for neutron-sensitive glass compositions employed in imaging and detection systems. This is only the latest patent in an extensive series of patents over many years, enabling neutron sensitivity in MCP detectors.

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