Radiation Shielding

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We provide guaranteed services in the production and installation of lead armor, lead door and lead glass for various rooms such as rontgen, tomography, mammography, gamma camera, hot room, panoramic tooth rontgen etc. in the radiation generating rooms of all health institutions.

1)CLOSED AREAS OF INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
THE SHİELDİNG

Information to be included in the scale architectural project of
the unit

1.Position of the radiation source in the room during operation
and walls to which the x-ray tube will be directed.
2.Position of the control unit (planned so that the drafting
room door can be kept under control)
3.Type of building materials (lead, concrete, filled brick,
hollow brick, etc.), thickness (cm) and density (g / cm3) of
doors, walls, floor and ceiling of the place to be used as a
storage room where the drafting room and radiation
sources will be kept.
4.Daily occupancy times for the use of the adjacent areas
of the room and storage and the upper and lower floors
where the radiation source is located.(informing the
purpose of the use of the lower, upper and lateral areas
of the closed area and the purpose for which the
personnel will be found if they are to be found)

Where the device is located and the tank is separate
General considerations

1.The warehouse to be used for the gamagrafi device and
the guide source should be made in accordance with
Article 31 of the Regulation on Radiation Protection and
Licensing in Industrial Radiography published in the

2.It should be ensured that nails, pipe holes and connection cables of electrical, ventilation, heating installations, control units and devices shall not impair the shielding integrity.

2) REVISED PROJECT ARMORING IN LICENSED UNITS AND FACILITIES

Accelerator facilities;
Changing the location and size of the cyclotron chamber, changing the device properties or increasing the production capacity Adding a new cyclotron device chamber.

Change of production laboratory location and size or new synthesis cell, addition of second production laboratory

Quality control, change of the location and size of the solid radioactive waste room or the addition of a new room for the same purpose

In radioisotope and radiopharmaceutical production facilities;
Change of production laboratory location and size or new synthesis cell, addition of second production laboratory

Quality control, change of the location and size of the solid radioactive waste room or the addition of a new room for the same purpose

PET and PET / CT units;

Change of the room where the existing PET or PET / CT device is located

Adding a new imaging device to the unit

Replacing the existing device with different types of devices in
the same room that will increase the amount of media dose rate
(such as PET / CT when PET)
Changing the location and size of the hot room

Adding a second hot room to the unit

Change the location and size of the radioactive patient waiting +
injection room, patient toilet, late drafting room and waste room,
or adding a new room for the same purpose to the unit

Inpatient treatment units;
Changing the location and size of the inpatient treatment room or
adding a new treatment room

The existing I-131 treatment unit includes Lu-177, In-111 and so
on. addition of a new room for inpatient treatment with
radioisotopes

Changing the location and size of the hot room

Adding a second hot room to the unit

Displacement and size of the solid radioactive waste chamber or
the same new rooms

3) RADIOISOTOPE PRODUCTION OR RADIOPHARMACEUTICAL
PREPARATION FACILITIES

Information to be included in the scaled architectural project of
the facility

1. Areas;
– Production laboratory and location of cells

Location of quality control laboratory, fume cupboard, bench
and radioactive sink
-Room to monitor and control radiation measurements in all
areas of the facility and the amount of radiation per unit volume
in the chimney outlets
– Packing room
– Emergency response material storage
– Radioactive waste room
– Decontamination shower system
-Control unit for monitoring and recording radiation
measurements
– Waste generator recycling laboratory and cells
-Other fields

2. Filter system to be used with ventilation systems of cells and
fume hoods
3. Connection of radioactive sinks to waste tanks and tanks to
sewage
4. Type of construction materials of walls, doors, floors and
ceilings (lead, concrete, filled brick, hollow brick, etc.), thickness
(cm) and density (g / cm3)
5. Purpose and occupancy time of the areas in the facility

On-site Equipment and Features

Cells:

-Closed lead cells must be available for coupling, partitioning,
distribution and waste generator recycling
-Cells, cell doors and windows should be made of glass equivalent
to lead or lead
-The ground on which the cells will be installed should be made
to carry the weight of the cells

The volume of the cells should be large enough to work easily
with divergent tongs / robots, and if the dose calibrator is below
the cells, it should be armored with the same characteristics as
the cells.
2. Fume hood: In the quality control laboratory, 5 cm thick lead
blocks should be made, using at least 80 cm x 50 cm dimensions,
approximately 30 cm height and closed on all sides. The front
part of this cell should be fitted with a 5 cm lead-thick chest
shield with a glass equivalent of at least 10 cm x 20 cm and a
thickness equivalent to the lead of the radioisotope used and the
structure of the bench should be constructed to support this
weight.
3. Fume hood outlet: from the general ventilation system it must
be constructed separately and released from the building in a
way that prevents the return of the exhaust air and does not
adversely affect the environment.
4. Work and floor surfaces: It should be coated with easily
cleanable, non-absorbent materials.
5. Radioactive sink: Sink connection must be elbow free.

General considerations
1.Production laboratory, waste room and adjacent areas on office,
kitchen etc. fields should not be present.
2. The facility shall be constructed not to be adjacent to
residential areas and shall be located in a detached building.
3. The rooms should be arranged from the lowest activity to the
highest activity from the entrance of the facility, taking into
account the amount of radioactivity they will have when making
the layout plan.
4. It should be ensured that nails, pipe holes and connection
cables of electrical, ventilation, heating installations, control units
and devices do not impair the shielding integrity.

4) IN THE ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT ON RADIOISOTOPE
PRODUCTION OR RADIOPHARMACEUTICAL PREPARATION
FACILITIES NECESSARY ISSUES

Information to be included in the scaled architectural project of
the facility

1. Areas;
– Production laboratory and location of cells
-Location of quality control laboratory, fume cupboard, bench
and radioactive sink
-Measures of radiation measurements in all areas of the plant
room to monitor and control the amount of radiation
-Packing room
-Emergency response material storage
-Radioactive waste room
– Decontamination shower system
– Control unit for monitoring and recording radiation measurements
-Waste generator recycling laboratory and cells
-Other fields

2. Filter system to be used with ventilation systems of cells and
fume hoods
3. Connection of radioactive sinks to waste tanks and tanks to
Sewage
4. Type of construction materials of walls, doors, floors and
ceilings (lead, concrete, filled brick, hollow brick, etc.), thickness
(cm) and density (g / cm3)
5. Purpose and occupancy time of the areas in the facility

Required Equipment and Features

1. Cells:
Closed lead for bonding, partitioning, distribution and waste
generator recycling
cells should be present
-Cells, cell doors and windows should be made of glass equivalent
to lead or lead
-The ground on which the cells will be installed should be made
to carry the weight of the cells
-The volume of the cells should be large enough to work easily
with divergent tongs / robots, and if the dose calibrator is below
the cells, it should be armored with the same characteristics as
the cells.

2. Fume hood: In the quality control laboratory, 5 cm thick lead
blocks should be made, using at least 80 cm x 50 cm dimensions,
approximately 30 cm height and closed on all sides. The front
part of this cell should be fitted with a 5 cm lead-thick chest
shield with a glass equivalent of at least 10 cm x 20 cm and a
thickness equivalent to the lead of the radioisotope used and the
structure of the bench should be constructed to support this
weight.
3. Fume hood outlet: from the general ventilation system it must
be constructed separately and released from the building in a
way that prevents the return of the exhaust air and does not
adversely affect the environment.
4. Work and floor surfaces: It should be coated with easily
cleanable, non-absorbent materials.
5. Radioactive sink: Sink connection must be elbow free.

General considerations
1.Production laboratory, waste room and adjacent areas on office,
kitchen etc. fields should not be present.
2.The facility shall be constructed not to be adjacent to residential
areas and shall be located in a detached building.

3. The rooms should be arranged from the lowest activity to the
highest activity from the entrance of the facility, taking into
account the amount of radioactivity they will have when making
the layout plan.
4.It should be ensured that nails, pipe holes and connection
cables of electrical, ventilation, heating installations, control units
and devices do not impair the shielding integrity.

5) RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES AND IN-BED TREATMENT UNITS
THE SHİELDİNG

Information to be included in the scale architectural project of
the unit

Areas;
-Location of hot room* / radiopharmacy laboratory and fume
hood, counter and radioactive sink in the room
-Location of the treatment room and rooms and the patient bed in
the room
-Solid radioactive waste holding room
-Staff toilet and decontamination shower system*
-Staff room
-The place where the sheets and bed linen of radioactive patients
and the materials to be used for cleaning are kept
-Kitchen where the kitchen equipment (plates, forks, spoons, etc.)
used by radioactive patients will be washed and serviced.
-Connection of the drainage of the toilet (alafranga), sink and bath
in the treatment room to the sewer
-Liquid radioactive waste holding tank system for units with I-131
concentration exceeding 10 Bq / ml at hospital sewer system
outlet, characteristics of tank system and connection to sewage
*If the position of the bearing is not deemed appropriate during
the project armouring calculation, it may be requested to change
and fix the new position.
Hot room, personnel toilet and decontamination shower system
and solid radioactive waste holding room are on the same floor
with nuclear medicine unit and can be used jointly with SPECT,
SPECT / CT, PET, PET / CT unit if the physical conditions are
appropriate. In this case, the project related to these areas should
be sent.
*** The use of disposable material is recommended. Otherwise,
information should be provided on how to protect against
radiation.
2.General ventilation system and smoke ventilation outlet
3.Door,wall,floor and ceiling (lead, concrete, hollow brick, hollow
brick, etc.) Type, thickness (cm) and density of building materials
(g / cm3)
4. The daily occupancy periods of the areas adjacent to the unit
for the purpose of use (the purpose for which the lower, upper
and lateral areas of the unit are used, and if personnel are to be
notification)

Required Equipment and Features

Fume hood: Hot cells should be constructed in the hot room
with a minimum thickness of 80 cm x 50 cm, approximately 30
cm high and closed on all sides, using 5 cm thick lead blocks so
as not to interfere with the work of the personnel. This the front
part of the cell, at least 10 cm x 20 cm dimensions and 1 cm of
lead-equivalent glass with 5 cm lead thickness should be placed
on the chest protective armor and should be shown on the
project, the structure of the bench should bear this weight.
2. Fume extraction outlet: It should be made completely separate
from the general ventilation system, to prevent the return of the
exhaust air, not to adversely affect the environment and to be
released from the building.
3. Work and floor surfaces: Easy to clean, non-absorbent and
should be covered with smooth materials.
4. Radioactive sink: Sink connection must be elbow free.
5. Screen: Iodine treatment rooms should be placed at least 60 cm
wide and 160 cm high, 1 cm thick movable lead screen.
6.Ventilation: It should be provided with a ventilation system or
windows separate from the central ventilation system. In case of
window; windows of treatment rooms in ground and basement
floors should be made of transom type 2 m high from the floor
of the room.
7. Tank system (if required):

a)By the organization; I-131 inpatient treatment of patients
with urine and feces containing liquid radioactive waste is
connected to a single point at the outlet of the hospital and the
flow rate at this point can not exceed the 10 Bq / ml sewage
supply limit value should be sent or approved project should be
Sent Tank capacity for 1 patient room (with one bed) if it exceeds
Bq / ml. (2 12 m3 for 2 patient rooms or 3 pieces of 8 m3) liquid
radioactive waste tank system should be made.

b)Liquid radioactive waste holding tank system; It shall be made
of easily cleanable material (steel or fiberglass) which is resistant
to corrosion, fire, water and air pressure, the area where the
tanks shall be placed shall be designed as a pool without leaking
and the tanks shall be designed to be navigable.

c)Each tank must have a level indicator, mixer system, transfer
from one to the last and the last tank to the sewer, air pressure
relief pipe and sampling, mixing the tanks, determining the filling
level, transferring from one to the other and to the sewer in the
last tank the control panel.
ç)It should be ensured that the liquid radioactive waste expenses
of the treatment unit to be installed should be connected to the
liquid radioactive waste holding tank system by the shortest way,
preferably the tank system should be under the treatment room,
and if this cannot be provided, the connection to the tank should
be made through non-occupied areas. However, if the tank
expenses pass through the occupied areas, the expenses should
be made in a way that they are not horizontal, if possible, with a
vertical or a certain slope.

General considerations
1.It is preferable to install the treatment unit in areas that are
not used as a permanent residence.
2. Where the patient and personnel traffic is at the lowest level in
the basement / basement floor of the building to be established,
it should be constructed in a way to be independent from other
departments, the entrance of non-commissioned persons should
be planned to be prevented and the main entrance-exit door of
the unit should be single.
3. The rooms should be arranged from the lowest activity to the
highest activity from the entrance of the unit, taking into account
the amount of radioactivity they will have in the layout plan.
4. It should be ensured that electrical, ventilation and heating
installations with nail and pipe holes do not disrupt the armor
integrity.
5.Armouring should be done from floor to ceiling.

NUCLEAR MEDICINE APPLICATIONS
(DIAGNOSIS AND OUTPUT TREATMENT) ARMORING

Information to be included in the scale architectural project of
the unit
1. Areas;
1.1. SPECT, SPECT / CT Unit;
Location of hot room / radiopharmacy laboratory and füme
hood, counter and radioactive sink in the room
-The location of the injection chamber and the injection seat and
the radioactive sink in the chamber
-Injection (radioactive) patient waiting room (area of the room
should be planned according to the number of patients so that
2m2 area per patient)
-Imaging room-rooms, location of the imaging device (control
unit; if the device is SPECT / CT, it should be located outside the
imaging room, if SPECT is in the room, the position of the fixed
lead screen should be indicated)
-Exercise room (if it is in SPECT room, it should be used by
dividing with a fixed screen of 0.2 cm lead thickness)
-Solid radioactive waste holding room (if the room is used jointly
with PET, PET / CT, inpatient treatment units, room size should
be planned as sufficient)
-Radioactive patient toilet (alafranga)
-Personnel toilet and decontamination shower system
-Non-radioactive patient waiting room
-Personnel rooms (examination room, secretary room, rest rooms
etc.)
-Uptake room **
-Outpatient room (I-131, Sm-153, Y-90, Sr-89, Lu-177 treatments
etc.) **
*If the position of the injection seat is not deemed appropriate
during the project armouring calculation, it may be requested
that it be changed and fixed in the new position.
**If present in the unit, it should be indicated in the project.

1.2. PET, PET / CT Unit;

-Location of the warm room */ radiopharmacy laboratory and
fume cupboard and radioactive sink in the room
-Injection and radioactive patient waiting room (must be at least
two) and the location of the radioactive sink in the room
Imaging room – the location of the rooms and the imaging
device in the room (the control unit must be located outside the
viewing room)
-Radioactive patient toilet (alafranga)
-Personnel toilet and decontamination shower system*
-Non-radioactive patient waiting room (can be used jointly with
SPECT, SPECT / CT unit)
-Personnel rooms (examination room, secretary room, rest rooms
etc.)
-PEM, PET-MR etc. device in a separate room within the unit and
specified in the project.
2. General ventilation system and fume ventilation outlet
3. Type of construction materials of doors, walls, floors and
ceilings (lead, concrete, filled brick, hollow brick, etc.), thickness
(cm) and density (g / cm3)
4.Daily occupancy times for areas adjacent to the unit and for the
use of upper and lower floors
*The hot room, staff toilet and decontamination shower system
and the solid radioactive waste holding room, if any, are on the
same floor as the nuclear medicine unit and can be used jointly
with the SPECT / SPECT / CT unit if the physical conditions are
appropriate. In this case, the project related to these areas should
be sent.
Required Equipment and Features

1.Fume hood: Hot cells should be constructed in the hot room
with a minimum thickness of 80 cm x 50 cm, approximately 30
cm high and closed on all sides, using 5 cm thick lead blocks so
as not to interfere with the work of the personnel. The front part
of this cell should be fitted with a breast protection armor of at l
east 10 cm x 20 cm and 5 cm lead thickness with a glass
equivalent to the lead and the structure of the bench should be
such as to bear this weight.
SPECT for SPECT / CT; 0.3 cm for PET, PET / CT; It should be
1.5 cm thick.
2. Fume extraction outlet: It should be made completely separate
from the general ventilation system, to be released from the
building in a way that prevents the return of the exhaust air and
does not adversely affect the environment.
3. Work and floor surfaces: Easy to clean, non-absorbent and
should be covered with smooth materials.
4. Radioactive sink: Sink connection must be elbow free.
5.Screen: If the control unit in the SPECT room is less than 2.5 m
away from the patient table, a movable screen covered with a
lead plate of at least 1.5 m height, 1.0 m width and 0.2 cm
thickness should be placed between the gamma camera and the
control unit.

General considerations
1.It should be preferred to install the nuclear medicine unit in
areas that are not used as a permanent residence.
2.It should be done in a place where the density of patients and
personnel is low in the ground or basement floor in the building
where they will be established, to be independent from other
departments, entrance-exit of out-of-department patients and
personnel will be prevented, if not possible, the entrance and exit
of nuclear medicine patients should be planned to be kept under
control. – The exit door should be single.
3.The rooms where the layout is planned should be ranked from
the lowest activity to the highest activity from the entrance of the
unit considering the amount of radioactivity they will keep.
4.The radioactive areas in the unit (hot room, injection room,
radioactive patient waiting room, imaging room, solid radioactive
waste waiting room, effort room, radioactive patient toilet) doors
should be planned to open the corridor should not be opened to
other rooms.However, there is no harm in opening the solid
radioactive waste room to the warm room, the viewing room of
the effort room, and the radioactive patient toilet to the
radioactive patient waiting room.
5.It should be ensured that nails, pipe holes and connection
cables of electrical, ventilation, heating installations, control units
and devices do not impair the shielding integrity.
6.Armorings should be made from floor to ceiling

ROOMS OF MEDICAL RADIOLOGY APPLICATIONS
THE SHİELDİNG

Information to be included in the scale architectural project of
the unit
1.Location of device and lung status, if available
2. Position of the control unit and patient locker, if available
3. The location of the film cassette exchange window in the case
where the adjacent area is a film bath room
4. Type of construction materials of doors, walls, floors and
ceilings (lead, concrete, filled brick, hollow brick, etc.), thickness
(cm) and density (g / cm3)
5.Intended use of adjacent areas and lower and upper floors of
the room where the device is located.

General considerations

1.The radiology device room should be located on the ground /
basement floor of the building, independent of other departments,
where the density of patients and personnel is minimal.
2. Areas where lower, upper and adjacent areas are not used as
permanent residences should be preferred.
3.The room should be large enough to allow employees and
patients to move comfortably, preferably with a single entrance
door and no access to other rooms within the room.
4.There should not be more than one device in the room. In case
there are devices with the same control unit, the devices should
be separated from each other by lead screens or concrete walls.
5.he lung status should preferably be placed on the wall with low
occupancy (space behind the wall, storage, garden, etc.).
6.The control unit should preferably be located outside the room
and a window with lead-equivalent glass should be opened on the
wall of the room to see the patient. If the control unit is in the
room, the control unit must be at least 2 m from the patient table.
and an par L ”shaped lead screen with a lead equivalent glass
window at least 200 cm high and 100 cm long edge and 50 cm
wide edge.
7.In case the film bath room is located in the adjacent area,
cassette exchange windows of appropriate sizes should be
opened to allow cassette exchange on the wall, window covers
should be covered with 2 mm thick lead plate in both directions
and window covers should be designed to be opened to one side
at the same time.
8.Ventilation; should be provided by windows or central
ventilation system. windows should be made in transom type 2 m
high from the floor of the room.
9.It should be ensured that nails, pipe holes and connection
cables of electrical, ventilation, heating installations, control units
and devices do not impair the shielding integrity.

-Ray Area Design and Application

Rontgen X-Ray, radiology protection products manufacturing and radiology in our country and our country are making armoring projects.

PANORAMIC X-RAY ROOM

PET-CT

LINEAR FAST (LINAC)

HOT LAB

GAMA CAMERA ROOM

HOT WAITING ROOM

TREADMIL ROOM

CT ROOM

INJECTION ROOM

HOT WC ROOM

RADIOACTIVE CARGO SYSTEMS

SOLID WASTE ROOM

RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCE TRANSPORT AND HANDLING SYSTEMS

NDT INDUSTRIAL X-RAY ROOM PROJECTS

LEAD SHEET

High purity degree of 99.98%

Order option in special sizes

Product supply in different thicknesses

Kosgeb and 100% domestic financial certificate

 

LEAD PLATE

 

SUPERIOR QUALITY 99.98% PURITY RATE OF CRUDE LEAD IS PRODUCED BY MELTING AND ROLLING.

 

WE PROVIDE LEAD PRODUCTS AND PROJECTS OF HEALTH SECTOR AND INDUSTRIAL SECTOR WITH HUNDREDS OF PRODUCTS AND APPROVALS

 

 

Medical Industry, Radiation Protection, Laboratories, Hospitals, Dental Offices and Veterinary Clinics

X-ray and gamma ray protection

Used in Building Construction – Roofing, Flashing and Waterproofing

Corrosion Protection – Acid Storage and Transportation – Autoclaves – Lubricants

Movable Lead Screens

Sound Barriers and Sound Insulation

Nuclear Energy Protection

Tank Primer

Vibration Absorbers

 

LEAD SHEET TYPES

 

Pure / Chemical Lead Sheet

Antimonial Lead Sheet

Calcium Lead Sheet

 

Lead Brick

lead bricks are produced from pure lead at a rate of 99.98%. Antimony rate is higher than lead plates. lead bricks must be assembled by experts.

All radioactive planning (nuclear medicine, radiology, R & D) 99.96% purity lead bricks

 

Lead Bricks 8 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 14 mm 15,16,18 mm. Each dimension and thickness are manufactured in dA

 

Nuclear Lead Protector

Hot Cells and partitions

PET (Positron Emission Tomography)

Gamma Knife Rooms

HDR Rooms

Linear Accelerator Protector

Ballast weight

Transport of radioactive material

 

We are producing lead brick in various sizes and weights

 

We have our production of flat and locked lead brick.

 

Lead plates with a density of 11.33 g / cm3.

The lead bricks are super smooth.

 

Lead bricks used in nuclear and radiation therapy applications

LEAD LINED WOODEN BOARD

We deliver the MDF with lead by roller press method and ready to install. We provide MDF s with intermediate lath and corner laths.

Our expert technical team will make your installation as soon as possible.All of the projects we have applied are guaranteed for life-time sealing.

 

Installation in any color and size you want

 

Lead Lined Gypsum Board

Lead and gypsum board are pressed by roller press method and the lead thickness and leaded gypsum board plates that are suitable for the X-ray room you will install are delivered to you in a ready-to-install condition.

Leaded gypsum board, which is a composite material, reduces your loss of space and enables you to install your X-Ray room in one operation. It comes ready to install. If you do not have a technical team for installation, our expert technical staff

delivery and installation with your order.

It is suitable for dismantling and re-use from the walls. All the projects that we apply are guaranteed for lifetime sealing. The guarantee certificate will be given with the installation.

 

Lead Lined Doors

Our production of lead doors, automatic and manual sliding system in two different ways, as a heavy type hinged system in various sizes and lead thicknesses production.Linac rooms, PET-CT rooms, Gamma Camera rooms, NDT industrial X-ray rooms, Hot Rooms and Radiological activities Our doors are used in many domestic and international hospitals and industrial environments. Our hinge system is manufactured as our own manufacturing heavy type hinge system. Our doors are manufactured in accordance with TAEK specifications and covered by the approval guarantee.

Lead Casting

We make various special lead castings. Underwater pipe laying, Bridge stands, construction and chemical industry to many fields of various molds and hardness ratio of lead casting.

 

Pure lead is processed to meet the demands of our customers in the dimensions of lead plates, lead bricks and we respond to your demands in special forms.

Neutron Crusher (RONTGEN XRAY)

WE PRODUCE NEUTRON CRUSHER PLATES FOR LİNAC DOORS.

LINAC DOORS

 

RONTGEN X-Ray LINAC DOORS PRODUCT DETAILS

 

* GERMAN AND ITALIAN ENGINE AND MOTION MECHANISMS

* HIGH SECURITY MOVEMENT SENSORS

* HEAVY INDUSTRY TYPE LINEAR SLIDING AND BEARING GROUP

* NON-HEATING ENGINE WITHOUT MAINTENANCE.

* FULLY STEEL BODY AND STEEL CONSTRUCTION.

* 90 ′ DEGREE OPENING DOORS 5 MM STEEL BODY AND

2 PCS HEAVY TYPE BUTE BEARING CENTER STEEL HINGE.

 

* DOOR LEADED AND BORAX LI PARAFIN BLOCK BRICK ARMORED.

* DOOR BORAX POLYETHYLENE PLATE COATING.

* 14 MM LEAD BRICK

* STAINLESS ACCESSORIES

* INSTALLATION INSTALLATION.

* ERROR-FREE WARRANTY OF ALL CONTROLS AND LICENSES.

* ALL MATERIALS USED TSE AND CE CERTIFIED.

 

Nuclear Type Drug Storage Boxes

It eliminates the factors that may occur during the transfer of radiation materials. It also prevents external damages.

It is designed according to your needs, produced and made by casting lathe press operations and can be safely used after sealing test.

Nuclear Medicine Drug Enclosures

It destroys the factors that may occur during the transfer of radiation substances. Prevents damage from outside

It is designed according to your needs and it is manufactured according to your requirements.

Lead Armored

Lead Glass

Our Lead Glass Product has all the certificates of German origin TAEK and EURATOM. It is very important that you choose the manufacturer’s first quality lead glass in order not to harm the person who will work in the radioactive field and to get approval of your project.

 

LEAD GLASS USED IN LEAD GLASS USING Another product that is the most important.

 

OUR LEAD GLASS PRODUCT IS DELIVERED TO YOU WITH CERTIFICATE.

 

Lead Glass is used for imaging purposes in all areas containing radiation.

Nuclear medicine, Radiography, PET – CT, Angiography, CT, PET, Mammography, Industrial X-ray

AND X-RAY ROOMS.

In extremely high radiation areas

lead glass in different thicknesses are also available.

lead glass thicknesses and leaded metal cases are produced in accordance with your project, our expert staff

Lead Glass is assembled by.

* High barium and lead containing product.

* It is 100% imported from Germany Origin.

* It has all the quality certificates required for your projects all over the world.

* It is covered by TAEK approval guarantee with lead coated case.

* Delivery of lead glasses corresponding to 2.1 Lead Ratio within 2 days

delivery of lead glass to be produced in Germany

Delivery can take up to 10 days.

 

Lead glass provides visual distortion and high light transmission even in our thickest range. Our lead glasses can be used effectively in X-ray rooms, radiation therapy rooms, laboratories and many other applications.

We also offer Med-X Gamma glass up to 54 ”x 108 ve for PET imaging rooms and thicknesses ranging from 7.0 mm-8.5 mm to 32.0 mm-36.0 mm. This leaded glass provides superior visual clarity and effective radiation protection under various levels of KV.

lead balance @ 150kV lead glass thickness width maximum height maximum

1.8mm 5-6.5mm 1700mm 1000mm

2.24mm 7-8.5mm 2100mm 1000mm

2.65mm 8.5-10mm 2100mm 1000mm

3.15mm 10-11.5mm 2000mm 1000mm

Observe the following precautions for installation and cleaning.

Be careful not to stick anything on the glass surface during installation.

Do not use a wet cloth or water to clean the lead glass if it gets wet wipe immediately

When the lead glass becomes dirty or marked with fingerprints, gently polish the surface gently with a dry, clean cloth, such as gauze, using alcohol. Wipe the glass again with a new, dry, clean cloth to remove any remaining alcohol from the surface.

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Radioactive Material Handling

 

The inside of our crates, which are produced from steel or wood, are completely covered with lead.

Lead Separators

(Goverment – stationary), (Glazed – glassless), including steel and lead armor coated on the lead separator production is suitable for static-purpose multi-purpose use.

LEAD SEPERATORS (LEADED COMPARTMENTS) ARE EXTREMELY LEADED WITH NON-LIQUID RESISTANT ANTIBACTERIAL LAMINATE AND PROVIDE SAFE WORKING ENVIRONMENT IN MEDICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS

Our lead separators stand out with their special structure that protects you from all kinds of radioactive side effects. You can safely use these separators in work environments where health and safety are at the forefront.

Radioactive Waste Container

They are specially manufactured radioactive waste containers for storage of radioactive waste in various sizes and with various optimal properties

Lead Cabinet

Lead Cabin

Wood, metal, static painted lead cabinet manufacturing according to your request.