X-ray protective shutters

Shutters intended for installation in a procedural X-ray room to protect against X-rays of persons who are outside the premises.

The X-ray protective shutter curtain is a structure made of metal plates with a filler made of polyurethane foam, with an additional layer of protective lead sheet inside the blade.

Radiodefense blinds in the whole area are covered with polymer-powder paint (white or light gray), resistant to disinfecting solutions and abrasion.

The design of X-ray protective shutters of any type provides for continuous protection against radiation both in the area of ​​the window opening and in the places where the shutter adjoins the surface of the cabinet walls, therefore no additional barite protection is required.