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Plasterboard and Plywood – lead bonding

Plasterboard or plywood lead bonding is primarily used to shield lower energy x-rays used in radiology, where greater strength and support is required such as to dry line x-ray suites, cath labs, fluoroscopy, angiography, gamma camera and CT scanner rooms. The sheet lead is manufactured to BSEN 12588 and the thicknesses available range from standard code 3 (1.32mm) through to code 7 (3.15mm). Custom thicknesses can be supplied on request.  Lead tape is used to shield the joints.

We offer a supply only solution or a full installation service by our team of expert installers where required.

For further information, please download our information datasheet:   Radiation Shielding – Lead on Plasterboard & Plywood

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