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Medi-RayTM is devoted to innovation in lead metal technology. To accomplish this objective, Medi-RayTM‘s founders decided that a multi-disciplined approach could provide the solution to the operational problems and high costs inherent in the many fields which draw upon metals and alloys technology.

From its inception, Medi-RayTM has drawn upon and organized a staff of leading professionals representing the entire spectrum of metallurgy, radiation physics and environmental engineering. These experts have been channeled into product definition, research and development areas. Effective, end-user oriented management has been employed from the beginning to insure that resulting lead products and services are of the highest standards and compatible with today’s metallurgical and radiation shielding requirements.

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History of Medi-Ray

In the rarified world of nuclear medicine, 1970 was an especially important year. For it was in that year that a passionate group of visionary individuals, comprised of physicists, metallurgists, physicians and radiologists, formed an important alliance. These professionals shared an expertise in nuclear medicine, each one approaching it from their unique perspective. The result of this alliance was the company known as Medi-RayTM, Inc.

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Why Choose Medi-Ray

In the year 1970, a passionate group of visionary individuals, that consisted of physicists, metallurgists, physicians and radiologists formed an alliance that resulted in the birth of the company Medi-Ray, Inc. Our company is devoted to innovation in lead metal technology. The multi-disciplined approach that we follow allows us to provide solutions to the operational […]

Uses of Tungsten | Medi-RayTM

Tungsten is a heavy metallic element and a transition metal. It most often occurs in minerals such as scheelite, wolframite, huebnerite and ferberite, and is obtained commercially by reducing the tungstic oxide with hydrogen or carbon. It has the highest melting point of all metals. Heat causes Tungsten to expand at the same rate as […]

Uses of Radiation

Since the discovery of radiation in the 1890s scientists’ developed a wide variety of uses for this natural force. Radiation is beneficial to humankind and it is used in medicine, academics, and industry. It is also used to generate electricity.  People go to hospitals, doctors, and dentists, who perform procedures to diagnose, monitor and treat […]