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Radiation Shielding Glass

 

SCHOTT Radiation Shielding Glass

 

RD50®

 

Due to its Lead Oxide content of ≥65%, RD50 provides radiation protection by absorbing ionizing Gamma and X-Rays

Excellent internal transmission

High quality fire polished surface finish

More scratch resistant than acrylic

Much thinner than acrylic with same effect

 

Available in standard thicknesses ranging from 6.0-23.0mm.

We hold standard sheets in stock that can be cut to your required dimensions.

Increased thickness requirements for higher lead equivalence can be obtained through laminating multiple sheets.

Further Processing

  • Drilling

  • Milling

  • Polished edges

  • Miter return

  • Ground & Seamed edges

  • Toughened

  • Laminated

  • Seamed edges

  • Circular & Shaped panels

Available with or without IEC/Pb markings

Common Applications

  • X-Ray rooms

  • Operating rooms

  • Radiation stations

  • Dental practices

  • Radiology practices

  • Laboratories

  • Material testing

  • Nuclear medicine

RD50® meets the requirements of

DIN EN 61331-2 and IEC 61331-2 

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RD30®

RD30® has a Lead Oxide content of ≥22%. This provides radiation protection by absorbing ionizing Gamma and X-Rays

Common Applications

  • Medical Devices

  • Mammography

  • Non-destructive material testing

  • Analytical Equipment

  • Security mail scanners​

RD30® meets the requirements of DIN EN 60601-2-45

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RS Glass Series

 

  • RS 253

  • RS 253 G18

  • RS 323 G19

  • RS 360

  • RS 520

 

These specifically developed Radiation Shielding Glasses provide high shielding capability and resistance against ionizing irradiation for applications in Nuclear Energy Production and Nuclear Waste Treatment (high long-term light transmittance and discharge resistance).

RS 360 and 520 are doped with Cerium Dioxide to prevent browning caused by  high-energy radiation-induced ionization.

Available as finished blocks, plates and customized castings.

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