This glass has a high content of lead (Pb) and Barium (Ba) and has the power to absorb radiation. The density of this glass is 2 times that of normal glass (5gr/cc). It should be used in the form of a transparent window in nuclear medicine laboratories and radio therapy centers where X-rays are used in tomography, pet analysis laboratories, angiography, mammography devices where X-rays are used intensively.
It is produced by adding high levels of lead (Pb) and Barium (Ba) to the composition of the glass in order to make it impermeable to X-rays. No processing is done. It is ordered in size and mounted together with the appropriate joinery.
Radiation-resistant glasses used in the observation or operation areas of hospitals are constantly used in such centers due to their high quality light transmission properties and durability.