Protective Effect

- Jun 27, 2018-

Although radiation has become a treatment, it does not mean that we do not need to shield them. Rays will also serve our bodies and cause damage to our bodies. Therefore, the necessary protection still needs to be done well. For the ray room, can the lead glass window block all the rays?

The main material of the lead glass protective window is the lead glass, which has a protective effect, but can it block the radiation? Before there was a test test, the lead lead glass of 10 mm thickness, its own lead equivalent reached 2 mm, put In the 120KV test, can block most of the rays, but there are still some not blocked. Continue to thicken the lead glass and found that when the thickness of the lead glass protective window is more than 15mm thick, you can block all the rays, test it The lead equivalent is about 3mm. Therefore, in the X-ray room and the CT room, the protective glass with lead glass thickness of 15 or 20mm is used, and the effect is good.

There are a large number of ray radiations in the ray room, and the long-term contact may cause harm to the body. However, with money-protected doors and windows, the radio room will be safer.

The radiography rooms that we usually see will have protective doors made of thick lead plates and protective windows made of thick lead glass. These are important measures to protect the safety of users. They work together to seal the ray room and prevent the ray from leaking, so we can look inside the room through the lead protection window.

When building and designing the beam room, it will use a lot of lead plates and install lead protective doors and windows. With these radiation protection equipment, the radiography room will be more secure.