Shutter definition

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 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 at least that of the tube housing assembly.
Shutter means a device, generally of lead, fixed to an X-ray tube housing to intercept the useful beam.

Examples of Shutter in a sentence

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

  • Shutter tracks should be integrated into the design through use of recesses and panels.

  • Shutter colours are either to Clerestory match the external window and door colour.

  • It shall be covered with 12mm thick water proof plywood on all sides with 1mm thick laminate in shade and pattern approved by the Architect.The erection of Rolling Shutter Box shall include for expansion bolts cleats, clamps bolts, nuts, screws, rivets and other accessories.

  • Providing and fixing of Rolling Shutter Box made out of 50mm x 50mm teak wood (with anti- termite) under framing with horizontal & vertical (at 600mm c/c approx.) divisions or as per site conditions.


More Definitions of Shutter

Shutter means a moveable device used to block the useful (or primary) beam emitted from an x-ray tube assembly.
Shutter means a controllable aperture cover that adequately shields an aperture when closed;
Shutter means a device attached to the tube housing assembly which can intercept the entire cross
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 a device that:
Shutter means the veneer plate of granite covering crypts and niches and to which may be attached approved memorials;