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Types of Lead Lined Cabinet You Need to Know

Lead’s malleability and ductility make it an ideal material for a wide range of applications. To cast, lead is the perfect metal because of its high melting point (327oC). At 11.34 grams per cubic centimeter, it is four times as dense as aluminum. We’ve included some of the most common lead cabinets below.


A Lead-Lined Radioisotope Storage Box

For the safe storage of radioactive materials, the Radioisotope Storage Cabinet is available. A dozen key-locked drawers are included. Each drawer may be removed for cleaning or disinfection. A card slot identifies contents.

Lead-Lined Decay Cabinet

Decaying radioactive material may be stored in the Decay Cabinet for extended or short periods. Each of the two adjustable shelves can hold 100 pounds. To prevent unwanted entry, the entrance is key-locked. Sharps containers and other packaged debris may be stored in the cabinet until being disposed of. 

Base Cabinet with Lead-Lined Preparation Enclosure

This cabinet will support the Lead-Lined Preparation Enclosure. To the right of the entrance is an adjustable shelf capable of holding 100 pounds. Use the cabinet for deterioration and storage if you choose!

Decomposition Cabinet with Lead Lined Compartment

The Decay and Storage Cabinet has two purposes: decaying and storing items. For radioisotopes, drawers are the best place to keep them, whereas the cupboards are for decaying material. For cleaning and disinfection, drawers may be readily removed. Two heavy-duty adjustable shelves make up the deterioration section.

A Lead-Lined Garbage Disposal

Non-sharp radioactive waste may be stored in the Waste Cabinet. To decay and dispose of garbage, you can use a large chute with an impenetrable cover available here.

Lead-Lined Generator and Storage Cabinet

The Generator and Storage Cabinet offers radiation shielding for the heated lab environment without affecting the elution process. The left drawer may hold either a top or side-loading generator, depending on your preference. Additionally, the drawer features lead shielding on all four sides and the bottom ranging from.5″ to.25″ thick. 

Generators may be swapped out by removing the drawer top, which is easily accessible. Access to the generator is secure because of the trap doors on the top and sides of this drawer, which may be locked. Generators that are deteriorating may be stored in a protected area on the right side of the cabinet.

Lead-Lined Phantom Cabinet

There are phantoms and flood sources stored on the ends of the Phantom Cabinet. A movable divider divides the room. To purchase the Lead Lined Phantom Cabinet, it must be part of a larger setup.

Lead-Lined Disposal and Storage Unit

Waste and Storage Cabinet is used for both storage and waste disposal. Radioisotopes may be securely kept in drawers, while non-sharp radioactive waste can be stored in the cupboard area.

The drawers may be removed for cleaning. A 16-gallon polyethylene container and a protected port are included in the cupboard area.