The Bariblock product range

Barite shields against radiation

Bariblock is a high intensity vibrated barite concrete block with a higher nominal volume mass but with lower thicknesses. The barite gives the block a high specific weight, and the pointed wedge shape on all faces ensures a perfect fit between the blocks. Unlike traditional lead or concrete slabs, this innovative product is eco-sustainable while the inert barite of which is made is easy to store and dispose of.

Bariblock is also versatile and light: thanks to its limited size and its manageability, in fact it can be used in many different sectors: from new constructions to renovations It does not require specialized workers for the installations/placement: it is easy to install and guarantees effective radiation protection for people’s health, respecting the environment.

Bariblock is available in two different thicknesses to fulfil architectural and space requirements: Bariblock®10, with a thickness of 100mm and Bariblock®15, with a thickness of 150mm.

 

Bariblock®10

Lenght [mm] 250
Thickness [mm] 100
Height [mm] 200
Nominal density [Kg/m3] ≥3300
Pieces per m2 20
Required barite mortar [Kg/pc] =1

 

Bariblock®15

Length [mm] 170
Thickness [mm] 150
Height[mm] 200
Nominal density  [Kg/m3] ≥3300
Pieces per m2 20
Required barite mortar  [Kg/pc] =1

 

Accessory Products

The range of Bariblock® radiation shielding solutions includes accessory products.

Bariblock® Barite mortar – is recommended for sealing the contact surfaces between blocks, to ensure perfect continuity and uniformity of the shield, thanks to the density characteristics comparable to the block.

Bariblock® Barite Sand – with grains of less than 2 mm and a nominal density of 4,100 kg/m3 – is mixed with Portland cement and water.

Barite Granulate Bariblock® – supported by our technical staff, it is possible to prepare a customized barite concrete mix with granulated Barite, suitable for the most varied and specific fields of application.

 

 

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