Most of radiation including ionizing radiation and non-ionizing
radiation is harmful. Therefore, in order to protect ourselves from
radiation, we have to take extraordinary measures and reduce the
radiation to a minimum. We can provide different kinds of lead free
radiation protection product as your requirements.
China tungsten's product products are always highest quality.
Tungsten heavy alloy is completely it, being comprised of tungsten
with minor amounts of nickel and iron. Lead free radiation
protection offers a number of advantages as tungsten alloy
radiation shielding material for clinical use:
- Good corrosion resistance under ambient conditions
- Low toxicity
- Superior radiation attenuation compared to lead
- Damage resistant due to much higher mechanical properties than
Why Use Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shielding?
Compared to traditional radiation shielding materials such as lead
and boron carbide, tungsten alloy radiation shielding provides
excellent density with small capacity. At the same weights high
density alloy can provide the same energy absorption as lead using
1/3 less material.
When the weight is certain, more density denser, and the thickness
would be thinner. Tungsten alloy radiation shielding material could
be made with thinner thickness but high absorption of radiation in
high density. That is why tungsten alloy radiation shielding
material is suitable for the products.
Lead free radiation protection products provided by us is
During design of tungsten alloy radiation shielding, lead free
radiation protection is calculated according to requirements of
shield to abate the multiple shielding materials' thickness.
Formula: K = e0.693 d / △1/2
K: Shield weakened multiple
△ 1/2: The tungsten alloy radiation shielding material of the
half-value layer values
d: tungsten alloy radiation shielding thickness, with the
half-value layer thickness of their units, you need to half-value
layer thickness of the quality of translation into the thickness of
the lead free radiation protection products, divided by the density
of the tungsten alloy radiation shielding can be obtained.
Internationalists and their team work within a zone of radiation
“shade” created by the patient drapes.
Light weight, pliable, and lead free radiation protection shields
are built into each sterile, disposable drape.
Clinical studies show that when placed directly on the patient,
RADPAD cuts harmful scatter radiation by as much as ninety-five
percent. Tungsten alloy radiation shielding is widely used in some