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Description: View Contents Without Opening Doors The Lead-Lined Storage Cabinet is a must for any laboratory that handles radioactive materials. The lead shielding provides an extra measure of safety over the use of lead pigs alone. The .25" lead glass sliding doors allow the viewing of
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Description: The Radioisotope Storage Cabinet is designed for safely storing radioactive materials. It features 12 key-locked drawers. Each drawer is easily removed for cleaning or decontamination. A card slot identifies contents.Show More
Description: The Waste and Storage Cabinet performs two functions. Radioisotopes can safely be stored in drawers, while the cupboard section is for the storage of non sharps radioactive waste. Drawers are easily removed for decontamination. The cupboard section includes a shieldedShow More
Description: The Decay Cabinet is designed for long and short term storage of decaying radioactive material. Two adjustable shelves support up to 100 lb each. The door is key-locked to prevent unauthorized access. The cabinet will accommodate sharps containers and other boxed wasteShow More
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Place the variable energy Xray source (see the spec ification sheet taped to the wall next to the radioactive source storage cabinet ) in front of the detector and record the channel numbers of the K lines of terbium (Tb), barium (Ba), silver …
Place the variable energy X-ray source (see the specification sheet taped to the wall next to the radioactive source storage cabinet ) in front of the detector and record the .
Bookshelf and Unified Agenda > Department of Energy > Price-Anderson Enforcement Program > Enforcement Actions > 1999 > [FDBKF2003110608142056937] 05/21/1999 -...
A radioactively contaminated neutron generator was surveyed and was subsequently released from the Technical Area II landfill in April 1998, to be stored in a radioactive materials cabinet in Building 809.
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory 1993 Site Environmental Report
Bags of radioactive waste stored in a ventilated cabinet in Building 75A outgassed about 60 pCi (2.2 x 106 Bq) of 125I.
Sandia National Laboratories/New Mexico Facilities and Safety Information Document [NOTE: Volume I, Chapters 2 through 5]
Small amounts of radioactive material are stored in a cabinet in Room 1E of the facility.
1994 Site Environmental Report
Bags of radioactive waste stored in a ventilated cabinet in Building 75A outgassed about 60 pCi (2.2x 106 Bq) of 1251.
Annual Site Environmental Report of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Calendar year 1992
Bags of radioactive waste stored in a ventilated cabinet in Building 75A outgassed 60 _tCi (2.2 x 106 Bq) of 125I.
Enforcement actions: Significant actions resolved. Quarterly progress report, April--June 1993: Volume 12, No. 2
1983, letter, requires that all radioactive materials be stored in a metal cabinet which Is locked .
Plutonium Finishing Plant (PFP) Final Safety Analysis Report (FSAR) [SEC 1 THRU 11]
Vented storaqe cabinet i s used t o store radioactive materials.
States > Kentucky > State > Regulations > Title 902 - Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department for Public Health > [902 KAR 100] 100 - Radiology
4) A licensee shall notify the cabinet if conducting radiographic operations or storing radioactive material at a location not listed on the license for a period in excess of 180 days in a calendar year.