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Title: shielding
Post by: cairnit on Oct 21, 2005, 05:01
Hi guys...........would any of you who have worked the recent SGRPs happen to know who makes the "RAD CLAD" shielding that we used for shielding the piping at Calvert and Oconee?
Did a web search but couldn't locate this type of shielding.

Thanks for any info in advance.
Title: Re: shielding
Post by: Piggyback Beta on Oct 21, 2005, 10:17
R.L. Mussman Corporation

PO Box 1200

3763 Engledow Lane, S.E.

Port Orchard, WA  98366

    Phone:  360-874-0153

    Fax:  360-874-0155
His e-mail address is:  When we used it it had two types: low and high temperature applications.  You may want to check if Ecomass could be used, so no lead problems.  Good luck, Piggybackbeta
Title: Re: shielding
Post by: ageoldtech on Oct 24, 2005, 09:16
"RAD CLAD" great for small strait piping applications, but don't drop any of it. If you do it's ruined and whatever it lands on.