Flush Mounted Door Warning Lights

Mount Vets Veterinary Hospital - Wellington

Veterinary Practice Room Refurbishment for Mount Vets Veterinary Hospital in Wellington, Somerset.

Mount Vets Small Animal Hospital offers a comprehensive range of advisory health, medical and surgical care supported by 24-hour on-site nursing. Based in Wellington, Somerset, the animal hospital has been providing a professional and friendly veterinary service for more than 60 years.

In October 2017 Eric Chant, the director of Mount Vets, approached Raybloc X-ray protection to assist with his radiation shielding requirements in the veterinary hospital after seeing Raybloc’s exclusive flush mounted door warning light.

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The Specifications and Requirements...

Single X-ray door with flush mounted warning light and vision panel. Door to have 1.32mm Pb code 3 lead protection to use in a room with a small animal X-ray machine.

X-ray door finish to match doors throughout hospital – Ash Veneer.

Bespoke hinged fixed screen for operator radiation protection. Hinged screen required for space and easy access into the ultrasound scanning room.

Vision panel of X-ray glass to be added to screen for easy viewing.

The Challenge... The Solution...

The Challenge...

Eric Chant required new radiation shielding products to refurbish a room in his veterinary hospital and approached Raybloc X-ray Protection to provide a bespoke solution for him. Following the guidelines of his Radiation Protection Advisor (RPA) Eric knew he needed code 3 lead protection – 1.32mm Pb lead equivalence – to provide the required protection for his room.

He also required a bespoke screen to be made to fit the available space, attach to the wall and allow easy, movable access.

The Solution...

Raybloc provided a 1.32mmPb (code 3) lead lined single X-ray door set with an Ash Veneer finish to match existing doors as requested. The door was also fitted with a Raybloc flush mounted warning light, and a 150mm x 170mm vision panel.

Working closely with Eric on the space dimensions for the screen location, Raybloc’s expert craftsmen designed a 1.32Pb code 3 lead lined hinged X-ray screen that was fixed to a post added to the existing wall. This allows the movable/easy access the veterinary practice required while taking into account the space constraints, all while providing the best level of quality radiation shielding. The screen has the glass vision panel as requested and was finished in an Altofina Grey.

Mount Vets Case Study - Raybloc X-Ray Protection

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