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ct computer room shielding protection lead equivalent thickness requirements

Existing Shielding Floors and ceilings Find lead equivalence from documentation of concrete thickness Find thickness by drilling a test hole and measuring Always assume light weight concrete unless proven otherwise 30 less dense than standard density coefficients used in

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