Nuclead Announces order from Cancer Institute for Lead shielding

West Bridgewater, MA (PressExposure) September 03, 2009 -- “The shielding order is another example how Nuclead’s large inventory is able to fore fill our customers’ needs in just days," said Dennis M. Raymondo, Nuclead Co. Inc.’s Chief Operations Manager. “Nuclead has been providing these types of products to government customers & other like it since its inception. Nuclead is most capable of providing quality products for immediate delivery with its metric tons of inventory,” he said.

Nuclead Co. Inc. is the leading worldwide supplier of innovative Shielding, and X-ray inspection products. With 30 years in providing advanced Shielding & X-ray security systems, the Company's product line utilizes a combination of technologies, and expertise unmatched by any other company. These technologies offer superior service and products. Nuclead's complete range of products include shielding for cargo inspection, baggage screening and passenger screening systems for facility and aviation security.

Nuclead supplies products for the; Scientific & Technical, Nuclear & energy, Oil well services, Construction (GC, Building & Bridge), Manufacturing, X-ray, Medical equipment & Supplies, Research, Elevator, Marine/boating, Racing and Ammunition industries. Nuclead’s sophisticated products are used to protect high-threat facilities and help combat terrorism and trade fraud; Gamma ray, Neutron, & X-ray shielding; and counterweight – ballast- & weight requirements.

Nuclead customers include Major Universities & Research centers, Leading government agencies, Military bases, General contractors, Manufactures, Hospitals and Corporations worldwide; including the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), and branches of the U.S. Military. For more information on Nuclead’s products, services and technologies, please visit or

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Press Release Submitted On: September 03, 2009 at 5:15 am
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