Shutter definition

Shutter means a device attached to the tube housing assembly which can intercept the entire cross sectional area of the useful beam and which has a lead equivalency not less than that of the tube housing assembly.
Shutter means a device attached to the tube housing assembly which can totally intercept the useful beam and which has a lead equivalency not less than that of the tube housing assembly.
Shutter means a moveable device used to block the useful (or primary) beam emitted from an x-ray tube assembly.

Examples of Shutter in a sentence

  • Shutter shall be single or double shutter as per drawing and details given or as directed at site.

  • External Wall – Asian paint or equivalent paint with wall putty Rolling Shutter – Grey.

  • Per No.Running Table : Rft.Rolling Shutter : SFT – Finished length x Finished Height.(a) False ceiling : SFT.

  • Paneled Shutter : Panels shall be of pattern and size as shown on the drawings or as directed by Architect.

  • Shutter status (OPEN-CLOSED) located near each port on the radiation source housing, if the primary beam is controlled in this manner.


More Definitions of Shutter

Shutter means a device, generally of lead, fixed to an X-ray tube housing to intercept the useful beam.
Shutter means a controllable aperture cover that adequately shields an aperture when closed;
Shutter means a moveable device attached to the tube housing assembly which can intercept the entire cross sectional area of the useful beam and which has a lead equivalency not less than that of the tube housing assembly and is used to block the useful or primary beam emitted from an x-ray tube assembly.
Shutter means a device attached to the tube housing assembly which can intercept the entire cross
Shutter means a device attached to the tube housing assembly that can intercept the entire cross sectional area of the useful beam and that has a lead equivalency not less than that of the tube housing assembly.
Shutter means an adjustable beam-limiting or attenuating device, usually made of lead, fixed to an x-ray tube housing to intercept or collimate the useful beam (see "Beam-limiting device").
Shutter means the veneer plate of granite covering crypts and niches and to which may be attached approved memorials;