Leaded Acrylic Screen Shield
CRT-style computer monitors emit X-rays. The standard for maximum emissions of X-rays in TVs and computer monitors is .5 millirads, measured at a distance of 2.4 inches. While this may not seem like a lot, and many people sit more than 2 inches away from their screen, mechanical problems can cause X-ray leakage. In addition, X-radiation can accumulate in the body over time. Most people have moved to flat-screen monitors, which eliminates most of the problem. If you still have an old-fashioned CRT monitor and want protection, these .7-mil.-thick screens block 99.9% of the X-rays, ultraviolet (UV) rays and infrared rays. Attaches to top and bottom of screen with Velcro.
To determine shield size, measure the diagonal length of your screen, add 1 1/2” and then find the closest shield. The shield needs to overlap the frame around the screen by at least 1/2” to 3/4” so it can be affixed to the computer with the Velcro. Choice of two sizes. This is a closeout item; please note that closeouts cannot be returned.