|Infab's Revolution Series Skirt and Vests.|
INFAB'S "Revolution" series lead apparel, available in the newest inner core material for maximum
scatter absorbed dose protection; KiArmor.|
View Revolution Color Block Fabric choices here:
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Revolution Vest and Skirts seamlessly blend the most sought-after and effective apron features and benefits to create a truly groundbreaking product and are completely redesigned to offer the best X-Ray protection apron on the market. Each front vest panel is 0.50mm. No more 'snugging up' too tightly attempting to get more overlap protection. Comfortably close your vest with assurance you're getting that full 0.50mm protection, 1.0mm at overlap.
“Back Flap” Design
The Revolution Vest features an all-new “Back Flap” design. The “Back Flap” provides an additional measure of protection while helping distribute the weight of the apron off of your shoulders, providing a much more comfortable experience during a long procedure. And with this additional length on the back of the vest, any 'bending' areas remain covered and still protected, allowing you to move freely with confidence.
Built In “Black Belt”|
Revolution Skirts have been designed with a built in orthopedic elastic “Black Belt”. This added support relieves weight on the lower back and also provides a superior fit for the skirt. The skirt waist is now adjustable depending on how much support you like on your lower back. The built in “Black Belt” also stops the skirt from slipping down the waist which provides a much more comfortable and secure fit and completely eliminates the need for aids like suspenders or hot and uncomfortable “non-slip” materials. All skirt panels are 0.25mm, 0.50mm at overlap.
Revolution's Thyroid Collar is designed to be worn UNDERNEATH your vest for perfect fit and protection. (Stock #:REV-TC-KI)
or choose Infab's "Standard" Thyroid Collar, (Also available in "Revolution" Fabrics)~click here:TCV Thyroid Collar
Need protection for the head? View both Tie Back Thinking Cap and Elastic Back Thinking Cap: Thinking Caps
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Do You Need a Carry Bag, Eyewear, Cleaner/Sanitizer Sprays, or Storage Rack to go with this apron?
KiArmor bi-layer radiation protection material is made from two distinct, homogenous layers of Lead-free materials and is certified by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) for use by interventional radiologists, cardiologist and healthcare professionals working with radiation in hospitals worldwide. KiArmor has been developed by specialist U.K. manufacturer, Kemmetech Ltd., and Camarillo, California based medical manufacturer INFAB Corporation as a response to studies that show a 300% increase over the past decade in cardiologist's and interventionalist's exposure to ionizing radiation. The increase directly correlates with the rise in the number of cardiac imaging procedures conducted by cardiologists in modern hospitals and medical facilities. TESTING STANDARDS KiArmor is the lightest and most flexible radiation protection material ever certified to the exacting IEC 61331-1 standard, from 60 kV to 120kV; the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) F2547-06 standard, and the new DIN 6857-1 ~ a standard specifically designed for Lead-Free and Lead composite materials.
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.
CERTIFIED TO THE HIGHEST GLOBAL STANDARDS
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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Core materials specifications.....