In Japan, invented the wonder of the paper, do not miss the radioactive radiation


08/06/2012

Corporation "Toppan" (Japan), which is in the national market sales and production printing and printers in second place, has developed a special paper, do not miss the radiation. Today, there are reports from Japanese media (Tokyo).

Paper developed in the "Toppan" has a high content of tungsten, which allows this material, like a lead sheet, which block the gamma radiation that has great penetrating power. In addition, unlike lead, paper, made by Japanese specialists, can affect human health and is lightweight.

The development of the Japanese company opens up new possibilities for creating more light and perfect protective clothing that will also be able to use the nuclear power plant workers, "Fukushima-1" in the process of the destruction of the long-term effects of last year’s accident. "Toppan" plans to implement its development by 28-32 thousand yen (358-410 U.S. dollars) per square meter. meter products.

As a result of an emergency in March last year at the Japanese nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1" vast territories were subjected to radioactive contamination. In the course of events in total were released into the atmosphere more than 760,000 terabecquerels of radioactive elements.


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