American Ceramic Technology, Inc.

American Ceramic Technology, Inc. is the ISO 9001:2015 manufacturer of Silflex® Shielding, the award winning nonhazardous, non-lead radiation shielding. In 2005, Silflex® tungsten shielding was developed and certified by Entergy and ANO in 2007 for use in the nuclear industry. We have expanded into the military, NDT, mining and oil & gas industries. Manufacturing is located in Escondido, California in the United States of America.

Designed with a flexible silicone base, we have many radiation shielding materials and product options. We design custom solutions to help customers achieve their ALARA goals. Silflex® shielding is designed for maximum radiation dose reduction during operation and installation to protect personnel and equipment.

American Ceramic Technology has changed the way people look at radiation shielding. Our innovative technology allows nuclear power plants, laboratories and naval reactors to provide a safer, cleaner and more efficient work environment.

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Non-Hazardous Radiation Shielding

American Ceramic Technology Inc. is the manufacturer of SILFLEX® Shielding, the industry’s most innovative and award-winning radiation shielding material. SILFLEX® is a light weight, non-toxic customizable shielding system that has enabled the shielding of the impossible, reducing dose and improving the safety issues with handling and installing shielding. Continuing its industry-leading innovation and investment in technology, SILFLEX® introduced the exclusive Neutron materials and products in 2008, rapidly becoming the leader in shielding the Dry Fuel Storage Process. Additionally, SILFLEX® introduced its exclusive Premium Magnetic Technology (Patented), significantly reducing installation time and therefore reducing dose. The Premium Magnetic Technology was certified by EPRI and Duke Energy after extensive seismic testing for installation without secondary attachment techniques. Additionally, SILFLEX® is rated as a low or exempt material for purposes of the new NFPA 805 fire procedures.

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