HGCSHereditary Gastric Cancer Syndrome
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The HGC material is available in a range of densities and hardnesses to meet the demands of various applications such as X-ray shielding, CT/PET/SPECT scan shielding, baggage inspection, radioisotope shielding and nuclear power generation.
HGCs permit users to avoid costly machining, decorating, and disposal steps.
Jeff Frankish, global marketing director at PolyOne, adds that highly loaded, metal-filled HGCs are able to duplicate the weight of metals while also providing environmental and design benefits relative to toxic heavy metals like lead.