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UT6030/UT6031/UT6032 – Lower Body Protection

An Expanded Design for an Increased Protection Zone

Table-mounted shields for lower scattered radiation is an indispensable
safety tool for the physician and staff. Such shields have long been an
established standard in interventional radiology.

Expanded Protection Zone

In order to provide a considerably larger zone of protection from
scattered radiation for the physician and staff, MAVIG has expanded
its globally successful and proven UT60 series.

  • Individual soft lead rubber panels for better movement of the C-arm,
    higher doctor comfort, and easier part replacement
  • Lower sway panels self-adjust to table inclinations of up to 15°
  • Includes an upper shield for the 500 mm wide lower shield section
  • Double joint adapter with additional protective panel for increased
    flexibility and enhanced positioning
  • Fitted with MAVIG’s universal adapter that can be mounted to
    table rails ranging from 7 x 25 mm to 10 x 30 mm
  • 460 mm long accessories rail (UT6030: 7.7 x 25 mm,
    UT6031: 9 x 25 mm, or UT6032: 10 x 25 mm) for mounting
    additional devices such as control panels up to a max. weight
    of 15.0 kg
  • Solid construction and rounded edges reduce the risk of injuries
  • Optimized design for thorough and time saving cleaning/disinfection
  • All protective shields have a lead equivalent of Pb 0.50 mm
  • Includes 2 wall mounts for the upper shield and 500 mm wide
    lower shield


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