Our products provide superior protection from high energy radiation, including X-ray and gamma ray sources. We offer a variety of customization options so that you can create a product that meets your unique needs. We understand that safety is paramount in the healthcare industry, which is why we strive to provide you with the best radiation shielding glass available. Our products are designed to meet all applicable standards and regulations, so you can trust that you’re getting a product that is safe and effective.
This glass product is 2mm thick and made with 60% minimum heavy metal oxide content and 55% minimum lead oxide content. It offers maximum radiation protection with optimal flexibility for the user. The glass features a unique lead and silver coating, making it impermeable to X-rays and gamma rays. Optional customization options are available, including various sizes and shapes.
Radiation shielding glass protects healthcare professionals from exposure to radiation while they work on X-ray machines and other imaging equipment. It is also used in hospitals and treatment centers that require a higher level of security to keep confidential information from being accessed by unauthorized personnel.
Radiation glass offers a number of important benefits.
At Liberty Shielding, we prioritize safety and reliability. Our radiation shielding glass is designed to meet or exceed all applicable industry standards, giving you peace of mind that your medical facility is completely safe. Our glass also offers superior clarity and visibility, allowing for optimal imaging quality and patient comfort. Additionally, our products are built to last with durable construction that resists scratching, fading, and other wear-and-tear.
The thickness of the glass depends on the type and intensity of radiation it is trying to block. Generally, thicker glass can provide more protection from radiation than thinner glass. We recommend consulting with a professional to determine what thickness best meets your needs.
It is important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning and maintaining security glass. Generally, it is best to use a damp cloth or sponge and mild soap or detergent. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scouring pads, as these may scratch or damage the surface of the glass.
Lead is the most commonly used material for radiation shielding, as it absorbs and blocks a wide range of radiation. Other materials, such as metal, are also used for radiation shielding.
Security glass is available in a variety of custom sizes. It is also available in standard sizes such as 3/16 inch, 1/4 inch, 5/16 inch, and 3/8 inch. The size of the glass will depend on the application and the desired degree of security required.
In most cases, it is recommended that you hire a professional to install security glass. Professional installers are trained in the proper techniques to ensure that the glass is properly installed and sealed.