About Scienta eNVINET
Leading in Environmental Radiation Protection
Scienta Envinet is the leading supplier of complete Radiation Monitoring Network solutions. With market-leading systems for the detection of gamma radiation, and early warning against radioactive Xenon. Scienta Envinet supplies the most comprehensive and integrated Radiation Protection Network solutions from one source in the industry. We deliver powerful early warning and environmental radiation monitoring systems to timely quantify and minimize the impact of nuclear radiation releases.
Our product portfolio features the market-leading gamma radiation detection systems and the uniquely powerful radioxenon early warning systems. Under the umbrella of the unrivalled network monitoring centre software NMC, the most reliable, user-friendly and integrated solution for environmental radiation monitoring from one source in the industry emerges. This allows us to supply the most comprehensive and integrated Radiation Protection Network solution from one source in the industry. Scienta Envinet’s product offerings are supported through the Scienta Scientfic global sales and services organisation. This even further simplifies and expands access to products, services and support for the 100+ loyal customers world-wide.
Scienta Envinet’s history dates to 1985, when the German Federal Office for Civil Defence replaces and modernises 140 monitoring stations in the national radioactivity monitoring based on ENVINET’s cutting-edge microcontroller technology.
Scienta Sensor Systems, formally known as SAUNA, was established in 2003 to finalize and bring a commercial noble gas acquisition system to market. This first commercial SAUNA system came as the result of unique collaboration between Scienta Sensor Systems and the Swedish Defence Research Agency (FOI).
Scienta Envinet formed in 2021 when Scienta Sensor Systems and ENVINET joined under the Scienta Scientific Group. Together, Scienta Envinet delivers powerful early warning and environmental radiation monitoring systems to timely detect and minimize the impact of nuclear radiation releases.
The Scienta Group
Since 1962 the combined companies that make up the Scienta Scientific Group have been leading the development of ultra high vacuum research and analysis equipment in the fields of Surface Science, Material Physics, UHV technology and Radiation Detection, resulting in scientific breakthroughs, Nobel Prizes and outstanding industrial equipment.
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