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X-Ray Barrier Quote Form

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Notes:
  • All quotes are valid for 30 days only
  • Crating and Freight included in quote (U.O.N.)

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1st X-Ray Barrier Product Information
Barrier Type
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(if S3, S4, S5, S7, S8, or S9 chosen above)
Quantity
What is this?

"LEAD SHIELDING VALUE" is the actual thickness of lead shielding required in the in the control barrier as calculated by a radiation physicist for x-ray gamma protection shielding.

Typically this lead shielding thickness can be identified in either fractional, millimeter or pounds per square foot. If the lead thickness requirement is unknown at the time of quote, qualifying it as 1/16", 1.6mm or 4# is a reasonably common industry practice until an actual specific lead thickness requirement is verified by the radiation physicist shielding report.

*PLEASE NOTE: The customer or end user is responsible to always confirm the actual lead thickness equivalency required prior to the final ordering of any radiation shielding product.

Lead Shielding Value
Barrier Color
Room Type
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2nd X-Ray Barrier Product Information
Barrier Type
Barrier Angle
(if S3, S4, S5, S7, S8, or S9 chosen above)
Quantity
What is this?

"LEAD SHIELDING VALUE" is the actual thickness of lead shielding required in the in the control barrier as calculated by a radiation physicist for x-ray gamma protection shielding.

Typically this lead shielding thickness can be identified in either fractional, millimeter or pounds per square foot. If the lead thickness requirement is unknown at the time of quote, qualifying it as 1/16", 1.6mm or 4# is a reasonably common industry practice until an actual specific lead thickness requirement is verified by the radiation physicist shielding report.

*PLEASE NOTE: The customer or end user is responsible to always confirm the actual lead thickness equivalency required prior to the final ordering of any radiation shielding product.

Lead Shielding Value
Barrier Color
Room Type
Do you have a third x-ray barrier spec?
3rd X-Ray Barrier Product Information
Barrier Type
Barrier Angle
(if S3, S4, S5, S7, S8, or S9 chosen above)
Quantity
What is this?

"LEAD SHIELDING VALUE" is the actual thickness of lead shielding required in the in the control barrier as calculated by a radiation physicist for x-ray gamma protection shielding.

Typically this lead shielding thickness can be identified in either fractional, millimeter or pounds per square foot. If the lead thickness requirement is unknown at the time of quote, qualifying it as 1/16", 1.6mm or 4# is a reasonably common industry practice until an actual specific lead thickness requirement is verified by the radiation physicist shielding report.

*PLEASE NOTE: The customer or end user is responsible to always confirm the actual lead thickness equivalency required prior to the final ordering of any radiation shielding product.

Lead Shielding Value
Barrier Color
Room Type
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  • Impact Resistant Safety Glass is required at any glazing location within 24" of a door opening, or 36" of a finished floor, or if it occurs in a door.
  • X-Ray Glass must be ordered with the same load shielding equivalence or greater than that required of the partition or door in which it is located.
  • It is the responsibility of the customer to verify and confirm the lead shielding equivalency prior to placing order.
  • All calculations for lead shielding requirements must be determined by a qualified health radiation physicist or other recognized and licensed radiation expert.
  • Customer or end user should have all radiation shielding projects 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 or use.
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