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... 15 Separate Race Fields: White, Black, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Chinese, Japanese, Hawaiian, Filipino, Korean, Other Races, Vietnamese, ...
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... shielding is required for scattered radiation when the walls are equivalent to two thicknesses of drywall (paneling only is not sufficient) . Panoramic units incorporate a film holder ...
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... the operator. The control switch can be mounted in the hallway or behind a drywall barrier in the room. Standard drywall construction is sufficient shielding for any wall ...
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... the operator. The control switch can be mounted in the hallway or behind a drywall barrier in the room. Standard drywall construction is sufficient shielding for any wall ...
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... 15 Separate Race Fields: White, Black, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Chinese, Japanese, Hawaiian, Filipino, Korean, Other Races, Vietnamese, ...
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... shielding is required for scattered radiation when the walls are equivalent to two thicknesses of drywall (paneling only is not sufficient) . Panoramic units incorporate a film holder ...
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... to a height of seven (7 ) feet. No additional shielding beyond standard drywall construction is normally required on the other walls except in special cases, such ...
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... shielding is required for scattered radiation when the walls are equivalent to two thicknesses of drywall (paneling only is not sufficient) . Panoramic units incorporate a film holder ...
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... the operator. The control switch can be mounted in the hallway or behind a drywall barrier in the room. Standard drywall construction is sufficient shielding for any wall ...
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