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Steven J. Stanek


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Steven J. Stanek usually writes articles and blogs related to industrial Mechanism and Products, In this article he writes about lead replacement and high gravity compound. He has been vehemently writing articles for Ecomass.com

The Future Tennis Racket

A forty year study published in the Journal of Environmental Health found that gun range clients and staff personnel are at a high risk of exposure to dangerous lead levels from the smoke and tiny bullet fragments that drift into the air after striking targets.

The study found that the lead blood levels of those who patronize or work at gun ranges were between two and eight times the level considered serious by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The authors then concluded that firing ranges created a substantial and unsupervised public health problem.

Elevated blood lead levels were found after just a day or two of shooting and could linger for months.

Lead exposure at the shooting ranges can occur in the following ways:

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Shooting Ranges Pose Lead Exposure Risks

A forty year study published in the Journal of Environmental Health found that gun range clients and staff personnel are at a high risk of exposure to dangerous lead levels from the smoke and tiny bullet fragments that drift into the air after striking targets.

The study found that the lead blood levels of those who patronize or work at gun ranges were between two and eight times the level considered serious by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The authors then concluded that firing ranges created a substantial and unsupervised public health problem.

Elevated blood lead levels were found after just a day or two of shooting and could linger for months.

Lead exposure at the shooting ranges can occur in the following ways:

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Recent Developments in Radiation Shielding

A few years ago, researchers at North Carolina State University researchers found that the lightweight composite metal foams they developed blocked X-rays, gamma rays, and neutron radiation and absorbed the energy from high-impact collisions.

Professor Afsaneh Rabiei initially developed the Composite Metal Foam (CMF) for use in transportation and military applications, but findings held promise for opportunities to use composite metal foam to develop more efficient spacecraft and nuclear designs and CT scanner shielding.

And, just a few months ago, CMP passed Department of Justice certification for the CMF for Level IV body armor and is currently being tested for application as radiation protection and extreme temperature exposure.

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