The series of shielded housings model MIP has been designed to host automatic modules for routine production or research equipment of radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals for experimental use. The series has been designed to guarantee radioprotection to the operator and the utmost decontamination and cleaning procedures effectiveness. The work chamber is sealed, shielded on every side and kept under negative pressure.
The MIP shielded cell is available in two sizes: 1100 mm and 1390 mm (work chamber width).
The cell is shielded on all sides with 75 mm or 100 mm thick lead. Shielded door with lead glass window.
The working area is made of AISI 316L stainless steel with Mirror-Bright surface finishing.
Turbulent flow internal ventilation kept in continuous negative pressure. Perfect door closing is ensured by a system of inflatable gaskets placed around the door’s perimeter.
The MIP cell is equipped with Comecer Drawing System, allowing the extraction of the vial without opening the cell, ensuring safe conditions for the operator.
The cell’s standard equipment also includes a technical lower compartment with electrical sockets, a manual tele-plier for moving the objects from outside, a shielded ion chamber compartment, connected with the working area, where the isotope vials can be calibrated using a pneumatic elevator.
The MIP series enables you to host large sized automatic synthesis modules or complex equipment (such as HPLC). It has suitable shielding for isotopes with very energetic gamma emissions. It is possible to install tele-manipulators and a side autoclave to sterilise the product, which makes this cell ideal for advanced research. The system complies with the cGMP guidelines.
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