Deutsch Medical are an Australian-owned and Melbourne-based company that specialises in innovative Radiation Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for healthcare professionals in Medical, Dental, Veterinary, Nuclear, and Defence industries throughout Australia and New Zealand.
At Deutsch Medical, our mission is to protect medical staff and patients from the harmful effects of scatter radiation and provide them with the safest and highest quality Radiation Personal Protection (PPE). We offer our customers educational, honest and reliable service enabling them to make an informed decision.
We represent a comprehensive range of must-have Radiation Safety Glasses, Radiation Protection Aprons and Accessories, Radiation Protective Gloves, Scatter Reducing Pads and Drapes, X-Ray Accessories as well as Storage Solutions, both manufactured in Australia and sourced from world’s leading manufacturers.
Deutsch Medical’s Radiation Personal Protection Equipment exceeds current Australian and New Zealand Radiation Safety Standards (AS/ NZS 4543.3:2000) and conforms with ALL major global standards (IEC 61331-3:2014, ASTM F2547 and DIN 6867-2), independently tested and certified against a full range of energy levels; 50 to 150 kVp. Rigorous quality assurance standards for our radiation protection products are guaranteed.
Deutsch Medical's Radiation Protection Apparel conforms with all major global standards: AS/ NZS 4543.3:2000 (Australia/ NZ), IEC 61331-3:2014 (International), ASTM F2547 (USA) and DIN 6867-2 (Germany), independently tested and certified against a full range of energy levels; 50 to 150 kVp. Our Radiation Protection Products assure maximum protection against harmful radiation in hazardous work environments Rigorous quality assurance standards for our radiation protection products are guaranteed.
Deutsch Medical supports Australasian Radiation Protection Society Inc (ARPS) which is a professional society of members engaged in one or more aspects of radiation protection. The ARPS is an Associate Society of the International Radiation Protection Association (IRPA). The Australian Radiation Protection Society was founded in 1975 and has more than 250 members engaged in radiation protection activities. Members are engaged in a variety of activities designed to ensure the safe use of both ionising and non-ionising radiation for a wide variety of applications, in medicine, pure and applied science, industry and mining.
Deutsch Medical supports The Australasian College of Physical Scientists & Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM) which has a mission to advance services and professional standards in medical physics and biomedical engineering for the benefit and protection of the community. ACPSEM is a not for profit association of members who have careers in medical physics (either in the radiation oncology, radiologyand/or nuclear medicine), biomedical engineering or radiopharmaceutical science. Their members are based in Hospitals, National Health organisations, private clinics, universities and in industry.