PEARLTEX Radiation Shielding Blankets
PEARLTEXTM Radiation Protective Curtains are lead-free and listed as a FDA Class 1 Medical Device.
This stain resistant shielding offers a non-porous & water-resistant alternative to leaded vinyl or patient protection blankets. If used in patient contact situations the material provides a lead-free radiation protection product which is easier to clean and helps to prevent potential buildups of bacteria and other disease-causing microorganisms.
- Standard protection level of 0.5 mm Lead-equivalent
- Select a standard size or ask for custom
- Small = 18"W x 18"L
- Medium= 24"W x 24"L
- Large= 24"W x 36"L
- XL= 24"W x 48"L
Radiation Protection: PEARLTEX is certified to minimum protection level of 0.50 mm Lead Equivalent from 50 kV - 150 kV, tested per IEC EN 61331-1 in compliance to IEC EN 61331-3.
White Color: This off-white 'Pearl' color is a natural choice for healthcare settings where a clean and crisp color is preferred and it allow for stains to be easily noticed and cleaned.
Stain Resistant: Fluids, oils, grease and other contaminants are easily wiped off with soap, water, or cleansers. Curtains can be easily cleaned-in place with standard healthcare chemicals without fear of staining or degrading curtains.
Durable: Incredible strong, withstanding severe wear and abuse. Extra strength and tear resistance means extended curtain life. Surface is UV & Ozone resistant, maintaining integrity over time and standing up to repetitive UV-C disinfection cycles in Healthcare settings. Synthetic rubber is NOT made with natural rubber Latex
Lead-free: Certified lead-free & compliant with EU Directive 2011/65/EU for Restrictions of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) which limits the maximum concentration of lead, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, mercury, polybrominated biphenyls ad polybrominated diphenylethers.
Flame Resistant: Resists combustion and will self-extinguish when the source of the flame is removed.
Standard Products are normally shipped within 1 week of order. Non-stock items can take up to 3 weeks.
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