Lead boards for X-ray protection
Strålskydd RSE AB have radiation protection plates with or without lead as radiation protection on walls, floors and ceilings. Fast deliveries are key words for us.
Radiation protection solutions are made with lead protection from 0.5 mm up to your desired lead thickness.
Strålskydd RSE AB also supply lead-free radiation protection boards. One should know that barium instead of lead is integrated into the boards, which is difficult to take care of when the board is deposited, unlike a lead board which is easily recycled in its entirety. For the simplest installation we recommend our radiation-protective building boards with lead foil / lead plate laminated on the boards.
We also provide lead on roll or sheets to protect against X-rays.
Below is more information about the different options:
Laminated lead on gypsym/pasterboard or wooden based board is our most common product.
Lead on gypsum board is a good alternative that also provides some fire-resistance. This solution comes with the CE-marking.
For more load bearing constructions, lead laminated on plywood or OSB boards are recommended.
Detailed mounting instructions is supplied for all our products and follow the goods at delivery.
Lead on roll - Lead sheet - Lead foil
Strålskydd RSE AB has lead on rolls for X-ray protection for walls, floors and ceilings.
Lead in its pure form is 100% recyclable and therefore has very little or no impact on the environment as radiation protection where it is installed into a wall during its use.
Lead rolls are available from 0.5 mm up to the desired lead thickness.
For easiest installation, we recommend our radiation protective boards with lead foil / lead plate laminated on the boards.
Common stock size dimensions of the lead rolls are a width of about 45cm, 60cm or 90cm and the length 210cm, 250cm or custom made according to other agreements.
Lead-free radiation protection boards
Strålskydd RSE AB also supply radiation protection boards without lead.
Lead free x-ray protective boards contain the shielding substance barium sulphate in powder form which is integrated in the gypsum.
The boards are handled as ordinary gypsum boards during assembly and are sound-insulating and fire-resistant as well as other plaster boards. In order to achieve higher lead protection, several layers are often needed.
The boards usually have the dimensions 625 * 2500 * 12.5 mm and a weight of 17 kg / m2. Each layer of boards needs to be filled with special putty containing barium sulphate to provide enough protection.
Make a request
It is the machine’s radiation or the radiant preparation that determines how much protection is needed, hear with the machine supplier or the radiation physicist what is required for the room you are protecting.
For price and environmental reasons, you want to use as little protection as possible.
For dentists it is common with 0.5 – 1.0 mm lead (lead equivalence) on the walls up to a height of 2100 mm, while in hospital environment it is common with 2 mm lead up to 2100 or 2500 mm on the wall. The machine decides!
For veterinarians, both variants may occur depending on the machine and the size of the animals.
There are also machines that require more protection than this, and sometimes special solutions are needed to get it tight.
If you require lead from 0.5 mm you will need splice strips between the boards to make it tight. The joints in the corners of the rooms need to be wider. Notify how many corners you need lead protection to.
Frequently asked questions
1. What thickness of lead do you need?
2. What kind of boards do you prefer (gypsum/wooden based)?
3. Lead protection to which height of the wall (usually 2100 or 2500 mm)?
4. How big wall surface should be protected / how many meters of wall?
5. How many corners should be protected?
6. When do you need the delivery?
7. Which contact person should be used with which telephone number at delivery?
Lead on roll
Facts on lead boards
|Board type||Lead thickness||Board standard size||Height of lead||Weight in kg/m2|
|Gypsum board 13 mm||0,5 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||15|
|OSB 11 mm||0,5 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||13|
|Plywood 12 mm||0,5 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||12|
|Gypsum board 13 mm||1 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||19|
|OSB 11 mm||1 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||>17|
|Plywood 12 mm||1 mm||900*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||18|
|Gypsum board 13 mm||2 mm||450*2500 / 600*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||27|
|OSB 11 mm||2 mm||450*2500 / 600*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||25|
|Plywood 12 mm||2 mm||450*2500 / 600*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||29|
|Particleboard 12 mm||2 mm||600*2500 mm||2100 / 2500 mm||31|
Lead boards or lead free boards, a comparision
|Lead equivalence||Lead boards||Lead free barium sulphate boards|
|0,5||Lead laminated boards with lead strip on studs||1-2 layers of boards with special putty all around every board|
|1||Lead laminated boards with lead strip on studs||2-3 layers of boards with special putty all around every board|
|2||Lead laminated boards with lead strip on studs||6 layers of boards with special putty all around every board|