Lightweight. Proven Protection.
All Lite Tech radiation protection products are designed to protect hospital staff from harmful radiation exposure and enhance their ability to perform their jobs with maximum safety, comfort and mobility.
Our product lines of x-ray protection aprons, radiation protective eyewear and gloves are fully compliant with global governmental regulation and are developed with proprietary technology, which provides greater control over quality and standards compliance.
Light Tech also offers a line of wearable accessories that provide additional radiation protection, as well as a variety of mobile and stationary apron racks and bags to help with apron organization and storage.
All of our products come with:
- Unmatched knowledge and expertise
- The legacy of DuPont technology
- Many industry “firsts”
- Quality you can trust
XENOLITE aprons are the lightest-weight x-ray aprons offering full protection on the market. We offer several grades of core protection materials and have three standard levels of protection (0.5mm, 0.35mm and 0.25mm). Additionally, our lead-free aprons are eco-friendly, recyclable and safe for non-hazardous disposal. Read about our core materials below.
XENOLITE 800-NL – a lead-free, super-lightweight, 2-element composite. XENOLITE 800-NL is recyclable and safe for non-hazardous disposal.
XENOLITE 700-TB – a lead-free, lightweight 2-element composite. XENOLITE TB is recyclable and safe for non-hazardous disposal.
Xenolite 400-S (Strata) – a lead-free, lightweight, eco-friendly material featuring bi-layer radiation protection technology. XENOLITE Strata is recyclable and safe for non-hazardous disposal.
Light-Weight Lead Composite
XENOLITE 600-B – the original lightweight composite, 3-element material, with some lead content. XENOLITE is mid-priced and recyclable.
EVAL 900-Pb – a 100% lead-based material. EVAL is used for lower-priced, non-weight sensitive products as well as gamma-radiation (Nuclear Medicine) applications. This material is also used for x-ray procedures (CT-assist, throax) over 120 kV.