The lead protective chamber (lead shielding) is an construction which includes the cylindrical housing placed on a steel frame filled with liners from absorbent materials that attenuate gamma radiation. The construction has a sliding cover, also filled with absorbent materials. Inside the chamber there is a place to install the HPGe detector and measured samples.
The protective chambers can be developed in various sizes and configurations depending on the customer's technical requirements.
Standard and ultra low background
Steel (Fe), Pure lead (Pb), Copper (Cu), Cadmium (Cd), Organic glass
Diameter of the inner wall of the chamber
Height of the space inside the chamber
Weight, not more