[ RadSafe ] Fwd: Pb Substitutes in Shielding
tomodou at icloud.com
Sat Sep 14 15:50:55 CDT 2013
Hi Chris, I just saw some of these last week. They look pretty rugged, I believe the "shielding" is a bismuth oxide. They seem to have very good backing through Siemens.
I do not know about the actions to be taken for lead garment disposal, but it seems that many countries have prohibited landfill disposal of lead.
On Sep 11, 2013, at 9:44 AM, Chris Alston <achris1999 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ladies and Gents
> Please pardon me, if we have already addressed these questions. But,
> is anyone familiar with BLOXR (bloxr.com) and its products (please see
> the attachment)? If so, what is your take on them?
> Also, is it true that the EU is going to d/c the use of leaden
> garments in 2014? If so, what are they prescribing as substitutes?
> Thanks in advance and
> P.S. I know that a lot of people will jump for joy, if one can
> really just throw the garments in a washing machine, to clean them.
> <AJR - Novel Pb-free Shielding - 2013 04.pdf>
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