Our Proguard clearance aprons are the perfect option for those who need their radiation protection apparel fast and affordable. So why are these items clearanced? Simple. We make mistakes (sometimes). Those mistakes are usually just an incorrect fabric color, core material or size for an order. No foul play here! Most of these aprons have never even left the facility. So you get a brand new, Proguard quality apron for just a fraction of the price. Plus, we’re not really into the “wasting” thing, so we love seeing our apron misfits find their forever homes. Sounds like a win-win to us.
We update our clearance list regularly, so if you didn’t see anything suited to you, check back another time. Please Note, all clearance apron sales are final.
- One size fits all
- Hand Specific – please specify hand
- Accessory Style: Slit Mitt
- Gender + Size: Unisex – One size fits all
- Protection (thickness): 0.50mm LE
- Core Material: Standard Lead
- Fabric Colors: Silver Vinyl (Exterior), Black Nylon (Interior), Black Binding
- Manufacture Date: 2022
- Apron Notes: Some stitching imperfections
- CE Certified: Yes
The chart below shows our Average Core material attenuation across multiple kV levels and thicknesses (includes Lead, Prolite, Premier and Nano). For more information on our core materials, please see our Core Materials page.
Intended Use: Lead Garments are worn by healthcare professionals to protect them from the harmful effects of x-ray radiation during medical & other procedures requiring the use of x-ray/fluoroscopy. Lead garments are usually worn in combination with other products to provide complete protection from x-ray. You must ensure that your lead garment fits correctly and is properly worn for effective protection.
EN 61331-1:2014: (EU) Protective devices against diagnostic Medical X-ray radiation. (Determination of attenuation properties of material)
EN 61331-3:2014: (EU) Protective devices against diagnostic medical X-radiation Part 3: Protective clothing, Eyewear and Protective Patient shields.
ASTM 2547-18: (USA) Standard test method for determining the attenuation properties in a primary x-ray beam of materials used against radiation.
Maintenance: Lead Garment fabrics can be cleaned by hand using mild soap diluted with room temperature water. Clorox hydrogen peroxide in diluted form is permissible. PDI Sani-Cloth® AF3 Germicidal Disposable Wipes are approved for use on Protech aprons.
Disposal: Users must dispose of Lead Garments and accessories by complying with local, state and federal (or international) regulations where applicable.
Warranty: Protech’s Clearance Radiation Protection Aprons are not covered by our warranty policy. All clearance sales are final.