On Jan 21, 2022, Newlife’s high-performance ionizing radiation protection material got the achievements evaluation of domestic leading and international advanced level in Guangdong Productivity Promotion Center.
The flexible ionizing radiation protection material is a TRUE non-toxic material, not only LEAD-FREE, but ANTIMONY-FREE. Antimony is also a high toxic and carcinogenic substance.
In the meanwhile, it reduces the weight while ensuring the protection equivalent. The unit weight is lower than the lead metal plate, and more than 30% lower than the lead rubber material. It passed the tests of China Institute of Atomic Energy, Institute of Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Medicine, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Shanghai East China National Metrology and Testing Center, UK National Physical Laboratory, IEC CE certification, FDA & RoHS testing and many other institutions.
Newlife has built a production line with a monthly output of 20,000 square meters of wide flexible ionizing radiation protection materials, and built a number of composite material forming systems, which can meet the processing and production of various regular materials and irregular shaped parts.
In terms of testing platform, Newlife has designed and manufactured a lead equivalent assessment and testing platform, which can independently characterize material shielding properties in accordance with mainstream national testing standards and IEC standards. A comprehensive physical testing platform has also been built to simulate the actual application scenarios and predict the service life and process problems.
Newlife has developed and improved many product series: medical protective clothing material, disposable medical scattering ray protective blanket, security screening curtain, food curtain, nuclear power plant pipeline hot spot packaging material, etc., which have been applied in customs, airports, hospitals, food testing, nuclear industry, nuclear power plants, nuclear technology application laboratories and other places.