The Original Radiation Protection Manufacturer - Est 1860
Aprons - Glasses - Accessories
Table Shields - Room Dividers - Mobile Screens
Gonad Shielding - CT Protection - Grayshield
Hangers - Apron Racks - Catheter Cupboards
Couches - Chairs - Gel Warmers
Steps - Foam Pads - Sandbags
Wheelchairs - Trolleys - Furniture
Furniture and Mattresses
Mattresses - Chairs - Catheter Storage
TABS - Clip On - Tablet
QA and Phantoms
Test Tools - Anatomical Phantoms
2MP - 3MP - 5MP - 6MP Displays
DICOM CD/DVD MARS
A mixture of time honoured tradition and innovative new technologies are brought together to produce one of the most durable and comfortable products on the market.
With a diverse field team including radiographers, experienced X-ray engineers and fully trained office staff. You are only one phone call away from someone who can help.
As we source and manufacture our products in the UK, we are able to minimise many of the costs that other companies need to build in to their pricing structure. We pass these savings on to you.
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History of the test method IEC and EN 61331-1 and 61331-3 were revised in 2014. The test method standard, EN 61331-1:2014, lists a number of test methods, including Narrow Beam, Broad Beam, and Inverse Broad Beam tests. The product standard, EN 61331-3:2014, specifies the Inverse Broad Beam method (known as IBG) for testing of protective
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Always Ahead of the Game with New Technology
Passing IEC 61331-1:2014 at a lower weight.
The Biggest Innovation in Radiation Protection for a Generation
EDGE BILAYER, is a unique methodology that is the single biggest advancement in flexible radiation protection materials for medical environments, for more than a generation.
The technical advantages of the bilayer approach in terms of safety, weight and comfort, enable protective aprons, skirts and accessories to provide up to 20% reduction in absorbed dose than competitors’ Lead composite materials and 40% better performance than Lead-free alternatives at comparable LE.*
Outlast - Climate Control Technology
Outlast® technology, originally developed for NASA, utilizes phase change materials (PCM) that absorb, store and release heat for optimal thermal comfort. Outlast® technology is not wicking technology, which manages moisture by reacting to your sweat and pulling it away from the skin. Outlast® technology will proactively manage heat while controlling the production of moisture before it begins. That’s the Outlast® difference – please have a look at a short video.
Stoke Lateral Scatter Shield
Designed to provide a better level of protection for radial access procedures, the Scatter Shield provides versatile protection for all interventional procedures.