Clear-Lead™ Personal Mobile Barrier

Clear-Lead™ Personal Mobile Barrier
Clear-Lead™ Personal Mobile Barrier
Clear-Lead™ Personal Mobile Barrier showing height adjustment range.
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Personal Radiation Protection

The unique hourglass contour of the Personal Mobile Barrier provides “hands-on” patient access while providing radiation protection (0.5 mm LE) where it’s needed.  

This versatile, lightweight barrier offers the distinct convenience of height adjustability to protect the user, whether seated or standing. This feature is an essential advantage for all urologists, anesthesiologists, pain-care physicians, x-ray technologists and more.

Constructed of Clear-Lead™ acrylic, the window is anatomically positioned with cutouts for the user’s arms to maintain continuous hands-on contact with the patient while maximizing protection.  

Featuring an easy-roll, four-caster base and two grip handles, the lightweight barrier (51 lb) is easy to maneuver and positions flush to the table for total patient access.

Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.


  • Dimensions:
    - Overall: 24" w x 72" h (61 x 183 cm)
    - Height Adjustable: 62" – 72" (157 – 183 cm)
    - Hourglass shape window: 24" w x 48" h (61 x 122 cm), cutouts – 4" deep x 10.3" h (10 x 26 cm)
  • Shielding: Clear-Lead acrylic with 0.5 mm LE
  • Base: Stable, heavy duty, 4" (10 cm) locking caster base with a 17.4" x 18" (44 x 46 cm) footprint
  • Weight: 50 lb (22.8 kg)
  • Maneuverability: Telescoping up/down feature allows 10" (25.4 cm) of height adjustability
  • Warranty: One year parts and labor


Models and Ordering

To order, call 1-800-224-6339

042-583 Barrier, Mobile, Clear-Lead, Hourglass Window
For ionizing radiation, 0.5 mm LE Window size
24"w x 48"h (61 x 122 cm)

(800) 224-6339

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