Sliding radiation-shielded door

The sliding door is most commonly used in places where there is enough space for them. Most commonly the door is drowned into the interior.
The first step in making the door is a calculation of an authorized physicist who sets the door protection requirements and the width of overlapping mode (from three or four sides).

Our radiation-protected door is delivered with – lead, polyethylene, or 5% BPE sheets, steel, cadmium, or paraffin.
Of course, the door that you order will be filled with the requirements you need.

Floor overlap system

For maximum radiation-protection we use floor overlap system. With this system the door is overlapped on all four sides. And here, we took care of the design and functionality, so the channel is automatically covered with INOX tiles that are fastened to the chain.

Airflow system

The second solution for making the maximum protection from radiation that went from idea to solution and which got into a hugely positive response, especially from the technicians who work near the linear accelerator is our airflow system. In one sentence we can explain the main role of this system – his purpose is to prevent the egress of the contaminated air from the bunker.

Extra power and manual opening

In the case of no power supply, the door can be manipulated with a UPS system (it serves when there is no main power supply to open the door, in which case using the power from UPS the door can be opened and they stay open until the main power is back on), or, as one more level of precaution we use a system for manual opening.

Operating with the door

Operation with the door is possible through buttons, remote control, or access control (by the desire of the investor). The control panel is located on the door and it contains buttons for partial opening, opening, closing, emergency opening, and an indicator for no power supply.