Medi-RayTM has been the largest supplier of radio-pharmaceutical shipping containers since 1974. In over thirty (30) years of product development, Medi-RayTM has revolutionized the design and production of every type of shielded medical containers.
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Medi-RayTM’s plastic encased lead containers have interlocking plastic lids and bases, with corporate logos and product identification symbols as part of the plastic encasement. Our emphasis is always placed on transport and handling safety, regardless of the packaging design.
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Medi-RayTM can accommodate a tremendous range of lead container requirements from 1/16” walls to several feet in thickness and ranging from grams to tons in overall weight. The coated lead containers utilized for radiopharmaceuticals normally have interlocking lid/base designs and can come equipped with bottle sponges and desiccant liners.