Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

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Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

The anti-radiation tungsten alloy plate is a new type of lead-free shielding component, which is mainly used for radiation protection in radiology departments such as hospital X-ray rooms and CT rooms. It has a good shielding effect on X-rays and γ rays.

Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

This plate has an ideal X-ray shielding performance due to its high density and high atomic number. The lead plate also has certain radiation shielding performance, but it is worse than that of the tungsten alloy plate.

Although the application of lead plates, which are inexpensive and can have a certain protective effect, is quite common, lead is a heavy metal that is extremely harmful to the human body, accumulates in the human body, and pollutes the environment. Therefore, with the enhancement of people’s health awareness and environmental protection awareness, lead-free and non-toxic radiation protection tungsten alloy plates have been more widely used.

Advantages of Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

There are many advantages of the anti-radiation tungsten alloy plate. For example, it has stable radiation protection performance (mainly for X-rays, gamma rays, etc.), abrasion resistance, pressure resistance, acid resistance, alkali resistance, corrosion resistance, high hardness, strong toughness, strong support, large tensile strength, resistance to deformation, anti-oxidation, durable and other excellent characteristics.

Therefore, during usage, the tungsten alloy shield will not cause line leakage due to sagging, oxidation, and other reasons.

Standards of Anti-Radiation Tungsten Alloy Plate

Under normal circumstances, the thickness of lead plates used for radiation protection is within 1-10mm. Therefore, in order to achieve the same radiation protection effect, the thickness of the required tungsten alloy plate is thinner than that of the lead plate.

In addition, in order not to affect the X-ray shielding performance, in addition to the overall density of the radiation-proof tungsten alloy plate, there should be no internal defects, such as residual pores, cracks, etc., and the internal uniformity should also meet the requirements.


Thank you for reading our article and we hope it can help you have a better understanding of the anti-radiation tungsten alloy plate. If you want to know more about tungsten and tungsten alloys, we would like to advise you to visit Advanced Refractory Metals (ARM) for more information.

Headquartered in Lake Forest, California, USA, Advanced Refractory Metals (ARM) is a leading manufacturer & supplier of refractory metals & alloys across the world. It provides customers with high-quality refractory metals & alloys such as tungsten, tungsten alloys, titaniumtitanium alloys, molybdenum, tantalum, rhenium, and zirconium at a very competitive price.

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