Mobile lead lined screens are used to provide protective shielding to the personnel in the work area where radiography work is in progress. The screens are provided with castors to move them around at the work place or at site. Mobile Screens can be used as shielding on all side around the radiography work area to protect workers from stray radiation. The screens are made of MS framework with lead lining of 1.00mm and covered from both sides by MS Sheet. Available with and without Lead Glass window.
WIDTH : 750 mm, 1000 mm, 1200 mm HEIGHT : 1800 mm, 1800 mm, 1800 mm
PERSONAL PROTECTION ITEMS
Advisable to wear in high radiation area or in compact and closed work areas.
Lead lined apron (Coat type)
Lead line gloves
Lead line gonad shield
Lead glass goggles
Lead container used for storing the radioactive source pencil / pig tail, accidentally left out of the projector. Made as per Special design recommended by BARC.
Lead Pot- 12HVL for 40 curies of Ir 192 Lead Walls, Cover, and Bottom: 65 mm from side wall Cavity: 12mm Diameter x 109mm Deep Overall Size: 19cm Diameter x 31cm Height Weight: 21kgs Exterior & Interior Finish: Enamel Paint.
REMOTE HANDLING CEE VEE TONGS
Made of stainless steel for picking up unshielded radioactive source Pencil/source holder.
Length 1.0 mtr
Length 1.5 mtr
Length 2.0 mtr
The Exposure Lead Shot Bag is an essential piece of gear for every radiographer in a source retrieval situation. .
Size available ( 2 mm to 4 mm mix.) : Bags of 1 Kg., 2 Kgs. 5 Kgs. or as per order.
Collimators are essential component of Industrial Radiography set up as they provide radiation safety to the operating personnel and general public at large by directing the emerging radiation beam to the useful area of exposure.
It is also helps in reducing the scattered radiation which is turn results in radiographs with better sensitivity. Considering the above factors, tungsten collimators with light weight and compact design suitable for directional and panoramic type of exposures.
When an exposure is taken with the directional collimator attached to the exposure head of the guide tube of gamma camera, the radiation beam coming out will have a 50 degree solid angle in the forward direction.
The primary radiation beam intensity in all other area except the front side will be reduced to 5% with the collimator.
At a source to film distance (SFD) of 50 cm, the beam will cover an area of a circle with 24 cm radius which is sufficient to cover a film size of 37 cm x 30 cm.