|Infab's Revolution Series Hook and Loop Frontal Apron.|
INFAB'S "Revolution" series lead apparel, available in the newest inner core material for maximum
scatter absorbed dose protection; KiArmor.|
The Revolution "Hook n Loop" Frontal aprons have been redesigned to offer an even better fit, improved lower back support and an increased level of comfort and protection. Easy on / Easy off convenience, simply pull the fastening straps and attach the Hook-n-Loop fasteners on the front of the apron to achieve the level of lower back support desired.
Revolution's new style Collar, a matching, form fitting, complete front/back protection Thyroid Collar.
This collar is designed to be worn UNDERNEATH your vest for perfect fit and protection. (Stock #: REV-TC-KI)
If you'd prefer a "standard" thyroid collar, (Also available in "Revolution" Fabrics)~click here:TCV Thyroid Collar
Also available, protection for the head, secured in the back by elastic: The Revolution Thinking Cap:
or the Thinking Cap with a "Tie Closure": (Also available in "Revolution" Fabrics)~click here:Tie Closure Thinking Cap
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Core materials specifications.....
Two options for core material protection, Smart Armor, or KiArmor™
A NEW STANDARD OF RADIATION PROTECTION, KiArmor is a new, high-performance and ultra-lightweight radiation protection material, now available in a range of aprons and protective apparel from Infab Corporation.
Lighter and more flexible than any comparable product, KiArmor provides 40% greater protection against absorbed dose than Lead-free or low-Lead composite materials, and 20% more protection than standard Lead-based equivalents.
X-Ray procedures expose medical personnel to a quantity of scatter radiation. ‘Absorbed dose’ describes the quantity of energy absorbed by the body and organs as a result of exposure to ionizing radiation.
An apron’s protection levels are typically expressed as a Lead equivalency (LE), without describing absorbed dose. Aprons that express their protection levels as an attenuation percentage can be misleading, since the measurement of critical importance is the amount of radiation that gets through to the worker – the Transmission Factor.
A 0.25mm LE Apron will allow approximately 10% of the source radiation to penetrate. At 0.5mm LE this becomes approximately 2%. The difference between these figures is five times, or 500%. In other words, choosing the higher of these two levels of protection will allow a worker to work five times longer to receive the same dose of radiation as the colleague wearing the lower protection level.
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