[ RadSafe ] Wearable gamma shield

Sander Perle sandyfl at cox.net
Tue Sep 26 08:18:47 CDT 2017

Hi Brian,


Thanks for posting. Interesting. It took me quite some time to find the lead equivalence. Regardless of how effective this is, it looks nicer than wearing a fitted lead sheet around the abdominal area! How effective, who knows. They do show some TLD data but in some instances, the reduction factor didn’t appear to be of significance. I will delve deeper and also see how effective is it at angular irradiations, from vertical and horizontal, and +/- 90 degrees.


If one had to enter an area where there is a known significant dose rate, this appears to be a reasonable piece of apparel, with protection. 





Retired, Consultant


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Subject: [ RadSafe ] Wearable gamma shield


I'm certainly not endorsing this, but thought people should know that it's being offered.  Pretty remarkable claims....


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Feel free to give me a call if you'd like pricing and a demonstration:


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