Technology | Radiation Dose Management | June 01, 2017

Infab Introduces Revolution Lead and Lead-Free Aprons

Lead-free core material offers bi-layer radiation protection

Infab Introduces Revolution Lead Aprons

June 1, 2017 — Infab Corp. recently introduced Revolution Lead and Lead-Free Aprons with Kiarmor, Infab’s proprietary bi-layer radiation protection core material. According to the company, Kiarmor is the only core material in the world currently certified to IEC61331-1:2014 standards and the only lead-free core material to pass the stringent DIN standards. Lightweight Revolution Aprons provide lead and lead-free protection for all types of procedures.

Revolution Aprons are available in a wide variety of colors and styles, including: full wrap, front protection, and vest and skirt combinations. In addition to the exclusive Revolution outer material, a partial overlap increases protection, a back flap offers better weight support and a built-in ‘Black Belt’ option provides better lumbar support. Professionally-designed for exceptional comfort and fit, every Revolution Apron comes with Cool Wear moisture-wicking fabric.

For more information: www.infabcorp.com

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