Radiation shielding – healthcare

Calder group is a pan-European engineering group, active in specialist engineering, lead engineering and the manufacture and distribution of lead sheet. It supplies a world-wide customer-base in the aerospace, construction, healthcare, nuclear power, oil & gas and other markets.

X-Ray shielding

Calder is a leading manufacturer and distributor of lead sheet for X-Ray shielding. We supply high quality rolled lead sheet to the customers gauge specification in either flat sheet or rolled form. We are also able to supply clad products (in plasterboard, mineral wool, foam-products, wood, steel and many others). In addition Röhr & Stolberg manufactures a range of self-adhesive lead shielding products that provide an easily applied shielding solution.

Hospital shielding

Calder Industrial Materials designs, builds and installs high grade theatre shielding . Heavy gauge shielding is becoming increasingly used, as cyber-knife and gamma-knife technology become more commonplace.

Radiation Shielding Healthcare

Radiography equipment

Calder is the leading European supplier of radiation shielding for use in radiation oncology applications. Our subsidiaries possess the wide range of process technology needed to manufacture complex kits of components and deliver them to short lead-time requirements.

Isotope storage

Calder Group is Europe’s leading supplier of packaging for the safe production, distribution and storage of radio-active isotopes used in the radio-pharmaceutical industry.  The group manufactures both generator pots and a range of storage pots to individual customer specification.  Calder’s manufacturing capability (casting, forging, extruding & CNC machining) exists on three sites, offering customers total security of supply.  In addition, Calder Group manufactures a range of lead safes, storage containers and shielding products and has the design capability to work with customers to provide bespoke solutions.

PET cells

Calder manufactures a large quantity of lead shielding for use in the assembly of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) cells. This modern scanning technology facilitates earlier diagnosis and treatment of a range of cancers.