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All calculations for lead shielding requirements should be determined by a qualified health radiation physicist or other radiation "expert" as defined by NCRP or ICRP, and currently recognized by the state/providence/region/area in which the project occurs.
Customer or end user should have all radiation shielding projects completely tested and surveyed by their original project radiation physicist of record, who must be a qualified radiation health physicist or other radiation "expert" as defined by either NCRP or ICRP, after installation and prior to occupancy and use.

*Please see Diagnostic Radiation Shielding Considerations for more information.

These materials and products are for medical use and industrial applications only.

Ray-Bar reserves the right to refuse service or sales to anyone at any time.

No sales to the general public or residential uses. No exceptions.

All calculations for lead shielding requirements should be calculated and determined by customer or end users independent qualified health radiation physicist. 

CUSTOMER OR END USER SHOULD HAVE ALL RADIATION SHIELDING PROJECTS COMPLETELY TESTED AND SURVEYED BY THE ORIGINAL PROJECT RADIATION PHYSICIST AFTER INSTALLATION AND PRIOR TO ANY OCCUPANCY AND USE.

Here is a very brief summary guide of just some of the required lead material handling and stocking of project procedures:

Disclaimer: These procedures are provided as a courtesy and do not fully reflect an entire complete lead handling safety program or IPP. This is the individual responsibility of the persons and companies involved in each project to review all local, state and federal health, safety and environmental laws, codes and regulations, and unique project conditions. Ray-Bar does not guarantee or assume any responsibility of accuracy in the information provided herein. Lead abatement procedures and protocols do not apply to stocking or installing new lead construction materials as long as there are no demolition activities.

Lead backed drywall must always be kept out of the sun and stored in a cool dry place.

Lead backed drywall panels are very heavy and must be secured and stocked flat on a level ground surface on a minimum of 4 or more evenly spaced sleuters or other blocking. Never lean the panels against a wall or vertical surface because they may fall and cause damage or injury. 

This is only for new stocking for an installation of new lead materials and does not involve any demolition or lead abatement procedures or protocols:

Above is a summary guide of some of the lead handling and material stocking project procedures. These procedures are provided as a courtesy. They do not reflect a complete lead handling safety program, or IPP or potential monitoring requirements. It is the responsibility of the persons and companies involved in each project to review all applicable current local state and federal health, safety and environmental laws, codes, regulations, MSDS and unique project conditions.