UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5 transport packages are intended for transportation of saled radionuclide sources and radioactive materials in solid and liquid state by ground and air transport.
UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5 consists of a shielded container and an external protective case. The external protective case is a plastic container that is locked with regular locks. The shielded container consists of a body and a lid made of tungsten 30 mm thick. The shielded container is used as protection against ionizing radiation. Centering inserts are used to prevent displacement inside the external protective case. The main parameters and dimensions of the UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5 must comply with Table 1.
|Execution of UKTM||Thickness of radiation protection, mm, not less than||Dimensions of UKTM, (L × W × H), mm||Inner dimensions, mm||Weight of UKTM, kg, no more|
|UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5||30||384 × 384 × 435||33 × 62||22.0|
|Tolerances for dimensions UKTM: ±10 mm.
The mass values indicated in the table refer only to empty UKTM (without taking into account the mass of the source).
Dimensions do not include installed handles.
The equivalent dose rate of gamma radiation of ionizing materials complies with the requirements of NP-053-16 «Safety Rules for the Transportation of Radioactive Materials» (No. SSR-6 «Regulations for the Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials») for Type A packages not higher than Category III. Type A packaging complies with IAEA requirements. The maximum permissible activity of transported radioactive materials should not excced the valies specified in Table 2.
|Radionuclide||Limit activity, GBq|
When transporting radioactive contents, glass ampoules or penicillin vials are used as primary packaging. UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5 are intended for transportation of 18F, 60Co, 90Sr, 137Cs (for example, sources GID-C-1-1, IGI-C-3-4, IGI-Ts-3-5, IGI-C-3-6, IGI-C-3-7, IGI-C-3-11, IGI-C-3-9, IGI-C-4-1, IGI-C-4-2, IGI-C-4-3) and 177Lu.
UKTMIA-30.3-RT-5 have the appropriate permits and a passport and meet the requirements of NP-053-16 «Safety Rules for the Transportation of Radioactive Materials», OSPORB 99/2010, SP 2.61.2612-10 «Basic Sanitary Rules for Ensuring Radioation Safety», NRB-99/2009, SanPin 22.214.171.1243-09 «Radiation Safety Standarts», as well as «Rules fir the Safe Transport of Radioactive Materials» (Editions 2012 (SSR-6), IAEA, 2013).
The number of packages, as well as their content, are determined depending on the cpntent of the cargo being transported. Detailed information about the permitted content of the transpoted cargo is disclosed in the permit certificate.
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