TLD Dosimeter on Blue Background

TLD Badge for Radiation Monitoring

Thermoluminescent Dosimeter (TLD)

Our thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD) offers reliable and precise radiation monitoring for various applications, ensuring safety and compliance in demanding environments.

Tissue equivalent design for the most accurate dose reporting

Resistant to moisture and environmental influences

Measures beta, gamma, X-ray, and neutron radiation exposure

Suitable for whole body, fetal, wrist, or area monitoring

Market Leading LLD Over All Wear Periods

5.0 Rating

About TLD Badges from Radiation Detection Company

Reliably Measure Occupational Radiation Exposure

We designed our TLD badges to provide precise and reliable radiation dose measurements in various professional settings. The tissue-equivalent design ensures accurate dose readings, even in environments with moisture or other challenging conditions.

TLD badge is ideal for reporting beta, gamma, and X-ray radiation and works best for medical practitioners, healthcare workers, veterinarians, dentists, and workers in nuclear power facilities. Neutron reporting also available with the TLD+.

Diverse wear configurations make this badge a reliable, versatile option for your workplace; choose from whole body, fetal, wrist, or area monitoring.

RDC offers TLD whole body dosimeters with multiple reporting options to fit the needs of different workflows – monthly, bimonthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual.

Great for the Following Applications:

Whole Body

Fetal

Wrist

Area Monitoring

Specifications

Description

The TLD-XBG badge is a four-element dosimeter

Radiation Measured

X-ray, Beta, Gamma (Neutron reporting available with badge type 83)

Minimum Reportable Dose

10 mrem (0.1 mSv)

Lower Limit of Detection

1 mrem (0.01 mSv)

Accreditations

NVLAP (Lab Code: 100512-0)

Reporting Periods

Monthly, Bi-Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annual, Annual

Size & Weight

Small, lightweight design for comfortable wear

Fade

<4%

Reviews

Why Our Customers Love RDC

Scott
EHSS Manager
Read More
Great service and very reliable in making sure our exposures are adequately recorded.
Sue
Wood County Hospital
Read More
I didn't know much about the film badges we wear and the regulations until I took over for a colleague that retired and had been doing our service for many many years. the people at your company have been very helpful and knowledgeable. Able to answer any questions I have and believe me it has been many. They are always polite and understanding. I would recommend this company to anyone in need of this type of service.
Robyn
Clarinda Family Dentistry
Read More
GREAT Customer Service ! Reasonable pricing. Super value for the investment in the safety of our staff.
Zachary
Compliance Officer
Read More
Badges are sent and are accurate. Reports are delivered on time. The customer support team is fast to respond and I appreciate their friendly and helpful demeanor.
Sandy
Certified Radiologic Technologist
Read More
Badges Always on time, good service, easy to add or delete badges online

Our Customers

Our TLD Badge Is Ideal for Anyone Working with Radiation

Compare & Contrast

Find the Best Radiation Monitoring Products to Meet Your Unique Needs

A healthcare worker clips an OSL badge to her scrubs.

OSL

TLD Dosimeter on Blue Background

TLD

TLD Dosimeter on Blue Background

TLD + Neutron

NetDose™ Dosimeter and Mobile application against a dark blue background next to a Top Rated Customer Service badge.

NetDose™ Dosimeter

Photon (X-Ray & Gamma)
Beta
Neutron
Monthly, Bi-Monthly, or Quarterly Reporting
On-Demand Dose Reporting
Lab Managed Dose Record Compliance
Archiving/Re-Read Available
Granular Dose Records (as often as hourly)
No Shipping Exchanges Required

Frequently Asked Questions

Curious About RDC’s TLD Radiation Badge?

Find answers to common questions about our TLD badge.
How does a thermoluminescent dosimeter work?

A thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD) measures radiation exposure using thermoluminescent materials, typically lithium fluoride or calcium fluoride. When exposed to ionizing radiation, these materials absorb energy and trap electrons in an excited state. After each wear period, you’ll return your badge to the RDC lab for analysis. We’ll heat up your TLD badge using a specialized reader to measure the accumulated radiation dose, causing the trapped electrons to return to their ground state and release the stored energy as light. The intensity of this emitted light is directly proportional to the radiation dose received, allowing for precise dose measurement.

TLD dosimeters differ from other radiation badges, such as OSL (optically stimulated luminescence) dosimeters and digital dosimeters, primarily in their readout process and reusability; TLDs use heat to analyze dose, while OSL uses light. Digital dosimeters, on the other hand, provide real-time dose readings and continuous monitoring but require electronic components and power sources, which can add complexity and cost.

The best dosimeter type for your organization depends on your unique staffing needs, the type of radioactive substances and radiation-emitting equipment, and your industry requirements.

TLD dosimeters are capable of measuring a wide range of radiation energies, including X-rays, beta particles, gamma rays, and in some cases, neutron radiation (like with the TLD + Neutron badge from RDC). They can detect photon energies from approximately 16 keV to 7 MeV and beta energies from 251 keV to 5 MeV.

TLD dosimeters are known for their high accuracy and precision in measuring radiation doses. TLD badges from Radiation Detection Company can measure doses with a minimum reportable dose of 10 mrem (0.1 mSv) and a lower limit of detection of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv).

TLDs provide accurate readings across a wide range of radiation energies and doses, making them a trusted tool in radiation monitoring.

TLD dosimeters are best suited for settings in which there is the potential for exposure to various types of radiation. They are commonly used in medical settings such as hospitals, dental offices, and veterinary clinics, where staff may be exposed to X-rays and gamma rays.

TLD dosimeters are also ideal for industrial applications, including nuclear power plants, research laboratories, and radiography facilities, where workers may encounter beta particles and neutron radiation.

Once you return your TLD badges to RDC, we’ll process them on site in our lab by heating them in a specialized reader to release the stored energy as light. This emitted light is measured by photomultiplier tubes, which convert the light intensity into an electrical signal proportional to the radiation dose.

We record the resulting data, analyze it, and compile it into detailed dose reports, which will be mailed and made available online within 10 business days of receiving your badges.

How It Works

RDC’s Reliable Radiation Badge Service Does the Work for You

Getting started with RDC is fast, easy, and convenient. Our radiation badge service offers the fastest report turnaround time in the industry and competitive rates through an extensive partner network. Our top-rated account management platform and live customer service ensure easy access to your data, and trusted support when you need it most. Get – and stay – compliant with just 3 easy steps.

Set Up Your Plan

Wear & Return Badges

Access Dosimetry Badge Reporting

More Radiation Monitoring Products from RDC

A healthcare worker clips an OSL badge to her scrubs.

OSL Dosimeter

RDC’s Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dosimeter (OSL) is a 2-element beryllium oxide (BeO) badge with a minimum reportable dose of 10 mrem (0.1 mSv) and an LLD of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv).

Our OSL dosimeter is designed to provide precise dose readings for X-ray and gamma radiation, even under extreme conditions.

TLD + Neutron

The TLD + Neutron dosimeter by RDC is a 4-element radiation badge with a minimal reportable dose of 10 mrem (0.1 mSv) and an LLD of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv).

The TLD + Neutron badge provides comprehensive radiation monitoring, precisely measuring X-ray, beta, and gamma radiation with neutron monitoring as needed.

NetDose™ Dosimeter and Mobile application against a dark blue background next to a Top Rated Customer Service badge.

NetDose™ Dosimeter

The NetDose™ Dosimeter by RDC is a digital dosimeter with a minimal reportable dose of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv) and an LLD of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv) per month.

NetDose™ Dosimeter offers real-time radiation monitoring and precise dose measurements to ensure occupational safety and compliance with granular reporting and reclaimed time.

A woman's hand with a Ring Dosimeter Badge on her pointer finger against a dark blue background.

TLD Ring

RDC’s Thermoluminescent Dosimeter Ring is a single-element TLD ring with a minimum reportable dose of 10 mrem (0.1 mSv) and an LLD of 1 mrem (0.01 mSv).

Our TLD ring provides precise extremity dose readings for X-ray, beta, and gamma radiation, ensuring safety and compliance across various industries.

A vet tech poses with a patient while wearing blue scrubs and a veterinary dosimeter badge.

TLD Badges Help You Maintain a Safe, Compliant Workplace

Contact us today to learn more about our radiation badge services and how RDC can help protect your employees from radiation exposure!
Close
Radiation Safety Guide
Guide