X-ray shielded steel doors, are installed in rooms with devices that are the source of ionising radiation. A radiation shield of steel doors is obtained by the use of a lead layer of appropriate thickness to fill in the door leaf and door frame. One-leaf or double-leaf X-ray shielded doors are manufactured as side-hung and sliding doors in standard and non-standard sizes in compliance with the guidelines of radiation shield designs. A robust structure of X-ray shielded steel doors ensures their high mechanical resistance, and a wide selection of leaf and door frame surface finishing guarantees an appealing look and the possibility to adjust it to the colour pattern of a room. All X-ray shielded doors are manufactured under individual specifications with taking account of dimensions, the manner and direction of opening, the thickness of a lead shell, how the surface is finished, hardware fittings, additional accessories and many other features relevant for mounting purposes, radiological protection and functionality of the doors.
X-ray shielded windows are installed in control rooms of diagnostic imaging laboratory for monitoring the operation of equipment units emitting ionising radiation. The continuity of radiation protection of an X-ray shielding window is ensured by the filling of a window frame with a proper layer of lead sheet and glazing the window with glass containing lead oxide. The glass contains the lead layer equivalent used in the window frame. X-ray shielded windows are also manufactured as side fanlights of X-ray shielded steel doors.