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Lead-Lined PET Unit Dose Cabinet vs. Lead-Lined Preparation Enclosure

In this article, we will discuss the difference between a Lead-Lined PET Unit Dose Cabinet compared to Lead-Lined Preparation Enclosure.

Lead-Lined PET Unit Dose Cabinet

This lead-lined cabinet accommodates:

  • L-Block Shield Compact with Built-in Protection
  • Shield for the dose calibrator
  • PET Sharps Containers with a Protective Shield
  • Cave of the Lead Brick
  • The Calibrator for the Atomlab 100 Dose
  • Sliding shelves 
  • PET containers for transport
  • Items that aren’t large
  • Six-sided lead-shielding
  • Doors that need a key to open.

The PET Unit Dose Cabinet is the ideal solution when space is at a premium. It combines a workstation with a wholly insulated storage cabinet.

The dosage calibrator display unit maximizes workspace on a stand above the tabletop.

Slider bottom and higher shelves may be accessed through key-locking doors, as well as two lower levels. Shipments in PET containers may be stored on the lower shelf. 

Syringe shields and other tiny objects are easily accessible on the upper rack. All six sides of this cabinet have 0.25″ lead shielding and can be used alone or in conjunction with other cabinets.

Lead-Lined Preparation Enclosure

This cabinet features:

  • External ductwork 
  • Ideal for working with gaseous radioactive substances
  • Lead-encased 16 ga type 304 stainless steel
  • Lead-glass window (big size)
  • It swings up to load large objects and has an adjustable shield positioned at three points to create access ports.
  • When not in use, the ports are shielded by a swing-down shield.
  • A fluorescent bulb with a UL 20-watt rating has been built into the fixture.
  • Power outlets built-in

To handle gaseous radioactive elements, the lead-lined preparation enclosure was developed. The inside has a lot of room to work with. Unhindered viewing is made possible thanks to a wide lead-glass window and fluorescent lighting. The aperture includes a shield that can be adjusted for going in and out of the cage. When not in use, the ports are protected by a swing-down shield.

A stainless steel chimney is used to channel gaseous materials via a baffle (thereby reducing the amount of wasted space). External blowers and ductwork are linked to the chimney (not supplied). To avoid gas leaks, the blowers generate negative pressure.