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Waldent Dental Lead apron

WALDENT LEAD APRON A lead apron is a type of protective barrier that acts as a radiation shield. It is constructed of a thin rubber exterior and an interior of lead in the shape of a hospital apron. INDICATIONS: To reduce exposure from X-Rays to vital organs that are potentially exposed to ionizing radiation during dental/medical imaging that uses x-rays BARC Certified (Certificate available on Request) INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE General: All radiation protection aprons should be regularly checked and monitored for substrate integrity. We recommends a minimum of two inspections annually. Any protective apron that shows holes, tears or radiation leakage must be taken out of service immediately and either repaired or destroyed. Storage: Aprons should always be properly hung on a rack or hanger specifically designed for protective apron storage. Never fold, crease or stack an apron. Avoid sharp objects. Core material is fragile and once punctured renders an apron unusable & will allow radiation to pass to the wearer. Cleaning: Use only warm water and mild detergent or our specially formulated apron cleaner. Never use harsh chemicals and never use commercial or machine washing or drying on aprons. Disinfecting: NEVER use a steam autoclave as the heat will cause severe damage to the protective substrate. Aprons can be ETO gas sterilized or disinfected with Clorox Hydrogen Peroxide Spray or Wipes. Packaging 1 Unit Features Weight Adjuster Flexible Back comfortably places more weight on hips, less weight on shoulders• Available with Velcro Straps •0.5mm Lead equivalency front protection •Pocket: Reinforced Belt, Spacious and Strong •Shoulder Pads: Concealed for comfort and durability Length : 98 cm from the shoulder Breadth : 60 cm Weight : 3.051 kg