Our lead shielding compounds have a reduced coefficient of friction, which helps expedite the screening of packages and luggage. We’ve developed radiation shielding curtains to avoid expensive and time-consuming manual screening or intervention. There are fewer tracking or reading mistakes, and the protection from radiation is better than what lead-based drapes offer.
Tube Covers for the Anode and Cathode
Nuclear Defenses With a range of stiff formulations available, lead shielding may be a substitute for lead-based components widely used in C/T, X-Ray, skeletal densitometry, and radiography equipment. Lead shielding has, for example, been utilized in X-ray anode and cathode ray tube covers. This hybrid solution’s physical, mechanical, electrical, and thermal characteristics have been identical to those of lead.
Components for Nuclear Protection
In the case of nuclear reactor vessel service or refueling, our lead shielding materials are the right solution. Depending on the use, these materials may be found in stiff, semi-rigid, or flexible forms.
Carriers for radioactive isotopes
Our lead shield materials are perfect for radioisotope transport carriers in nuclear medicine. Rigid, semi-rigid, and flexible forms of these materials are all readily accessible.
Collimators & Apertures of X-Ray Covers
For CT, bone density scanner, X-Ray, and mammography scanners, we have the expertise to manufacture new radiation shielding components. Compared to standard lead components, these solutions are meant to be more durable, resilient, and long-lasting.
You may make your workplace a safer place to work while also reducing the burden on the environment that lead puts on it. To top it all off, our radiation shielding material is very easy to work with, requires less maintenance, and performs better than anything else on the market.
Nuclear-shields.com technical team can make a solution that fits your needs and protects you from radiation as well as or better than lead-based options, but costs less.
What Is the Best Material to Use?
Lead shielding is one of the most used radiation shielding materials on the market today. However, before making a choice among the three kinds of shielding materials, you should weigh the pros and downsides of each one.
It’s long been a staple of radiation shielding substances, but current regulatory concerns have placed lead as hazardous and ecologically undesirable. Conventional lead and lead composite materials may be replaced with lead-free shielding materials, which are both cheaper and better for the environment.
Contact our support if you are unsure about your choice or if you have custom specification.