You seem to be 'Offline'

Change Language
Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement
Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement

Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement

Get Contact
Get Best Price

Product Description

These waste monitor chambers with stainless steel liner, are manufactured for or client, TSA Systems, Ltd. per their provided specifications. The product is intended to measure radiation contamination of up to 500 pounds of containerized material. We use a range of base materials, including: A36 plate, GR36 plate, A5000B, A513 tubing, #6 lead shot, ½" to 1" thick lead plate, 16-gage and 11-gage 304 stainless steel. Our primary manufacturing processes included plasma cutting, MIG and TIG welding, shearing and sawing, in addition to machining, drilling and tapping, and punching. We line each chamber with ½’’ to 1’’ of lead plate, which is then enclosed through our welding process. Upon completion of the units, we then apply red primer, black automotive quality paint, and a clear coat during metal finishing and assembly of the chambers.

Completion of the barrel waste monitor chamber and stainless steel chamber liner takes approximately 4 to 6 weeks: the final barrel waste monitor chamber measures 38.5" long, 39.25" wide, 48" high, and weighs approximately 8,000 pounds.


Get Latest Price for your requirement >
View More

About the Seller

Industrial Technologies Inc.

Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement

Get Contact
Get Best Price
Mumbai
Nature of Business
Service Provider
Delivery Locations
Mumbai And Surrounding Areas
View More

Contact this seller

Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement

I agree to terms and privacy policy
  • Mumbai

Find Air Chambers near you

  • Mumbai
Looking for something else ?
Search for a product/service

Get best deals for

Air Chamberson the go!

4.6
Open in App
IndiaMART > Laboratory & Lab Equipment > Laboratory Instruments > Air Chambers > Lead Lined Waste Monitor Chambers For Radiation Measurement