Tabletop L-Block Shield
Part number: TTS11
Part number: TTS11 Tabletop L-block shield with 20 mm internal lead shielding and a lead glass viewing window with 20 mm lead equivalent to protect the head and torso from unwanted radiation exposure. The stainless steel finishing makes it easy to clean and decontaminate the l-block shield when necessary.
Standard L-block shield
Part number: 5130-2090
Part number: 5130-2090 The Standard “L” shield is the favorite as a drawing station and as a storage shield for unit doses with easy access. Side shields or lead brick may be used to form walls when the Standard shield is used to store higher activity or for additional shielding.
Corner Tabletop Shield
Part number: S0007
Part number: S0007 Nuclear Shields designed and manufactured this corner tabletop shield for a customer who requested a custom made shielding solution. The corner tabletop shield is 350mm in height, 350 mm in width and 450 mm in depth to prevent tipping.
L-block Stainless Steel
Part number: 5550-0002
Part number: 5550-0002 The Tech L-Block is specially designed to protect against Tc-99m. This lead containing L-Block gives full protection to the torso while the leaded glass window allows the technologist full view of the work area and offers shielding from radiation.
Part number: 5130-2086
Part number: 5130-2086 The Mini L-block shield offers the greatest in flexibility of positioning. This smaller unit is perfect for those very small work areas where additional protection is required for temporary storage of syringes or vials. Excellent for remote stations where syringes must be filled or as an additional work station.
L-block Adjustable PET Table Top
Part number: 5530-2077
Part number: 5530-2077 Adjustable 511 L Block Table Top Shield. Designed to exceed the basic requirement of outstanding radiation protection it now also boasts the luxury of an adjustable lead glass window for greater work area flexibility.
L-block PET Table Top
Part number: 0665-2014
Part number: 0665-2014 511 "L" Block Shield is placed in front of the Drawing Station and used to provide a protected work area for safe handling of 511 keV nuclides. The front wall and the base of the unit are constructed of steel with built-in lead shielding.