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Modular X-Ray Shielding Rooms for Temporary Hospital Sites
April 1, 2020

MarShield Blog: Modular X-Ray Shielding Rooms for Temporary Hospital Sites

As we continue to tackle COVID-19, now more than ever the medical industry requires modular x-ray shielding rooms. These full body shielding units are designed to protect medical personnel from harmful secondary radiation and can be used either at a hospital or an outdoor clinic.

MarShield is a leading North American manufacturer of custom modular x-ray shielding rooms that protect all stakeholders and ensure a safe work-place environment. Our units are ideal for temporary situations as they can be installed in less than a day and be moved around and set up in modular spaces.

Watch this short video on our modular x-ray shielding rooms.

Key Design and Construction Features

Our modular x-ray shielding rooms provide industry-leading features for our customers:

  • Panels extended from floor to 84”, 96” or higher, ensuring effective protection
  • Your choice of lead shielding thickness
  • Solid panels are lead-lined and faced with beige ABS
  • Frames are sturdy, beige powder-coated steel
  • Sliding doors complete with hardware available
  • Windows available in door or wall panels
  • Windows are Lead Safety Glass (Laminated glass with interlayer. This Safety Lead Glass is shatter-resistant glass that meets the requirements of ANSI Z97.1-1984 & 16 CFR 1201 Cat. II)
  • Wall panels are prefabricated for ease of installation

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