lead lining

lead lining

[′led ′līn·iŋ]
(engineering)
Lead sheeting used to line the inside surfaces of liquid-storage vessels and process equipment to prevent corrosion.
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Health bosses forgot to fit lead lining to the X-ray room at a pioneering pounds 32 million Birmingham health centre meaning all treatment had to be cancelled when it was in use.
But, because no safety lead lining was installed in the X-ray room, the blunder meant that for three years hospital bosses could not hold a full set of clinics whenever patients needed an X-ray.
Staff there will not know the contents until they drill through the lead lining in the next couple of weeks.