barrier shield

barrier shield

[′bar·ē·ər ‚shēld]
(engineering)
A wall or enclosure made of a material designed to absorb ionizing radiation, shielding the operator from an area where radioactive material is being used or processed by remote-control equipment.
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is a manufacturer of proprietary product, SafeShield(tm), an anti microbial skin protectant, which has an effective barrier shield lasting over three hours.
The encapsulated beta cells will sense a person's glucose levels and produce insulin as needed, while the barrier shields them from the body's autoimmune attack that initially triggered the onset of T1D.
The sizzling barrier shields them, so they don't have to worry about over-eager fans hitting them with goodies.
ENIG is the only finish that should not lose copper to the solder bath, because the nickel barrier shields the copper from the wave.
Special barrier shields in the tunnels help protect preforms from premature heat exposure.
Transport the rockets to the aircraft in a 7-shot and/or 19-shot pod whose ends are covered with barrier shields.