Bardawil Qatar provides custom-fit, high quality special products and factoring for building safety, guaranteeing your and your property’s protection.


Our radiation protection equipment allowed us to lead in supplying shielding solutions to accommodate radiation and industrial lead shielding for many years in Qatar. Our team members are well-seasoned in the lead shielding industry.


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Greener Cheaper Concrete

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Greener Cheaper Concrete

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We have evolved into a trusted supplier of radiation protection equipment such as security façade construction, blast proof containers, blast proof building, radiation protection in medical radiography, building security, and high-security technology in Qatar. We create project-specific solutions with speciality products that utilize a series of carefully selected components that are integrated into systems and constructions.

The engineered and manufactured materials incorporate all the requirements of the current facade design, building security, risk assessment, and reduction. Our specialist team has multi-discipline expertise in solving technical and commercial problems has been crucial in achieving a pre-eminent position in Qatar. We cover the complete supply chain from specification to installation and maintenance.

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To use a mobile ladder safely, it is recommended to follow these steps:

Inspect the ladder: Before using a mobile ladder, inspect it for any visible damage or defects, such as cracks or missing parts.

Choose the right ladder: Make sure the ladder is the right type and size for the job and can safely reach the required height.

Secure the ladder: Ensure the ladder is on a level, stable surface and is properly secured or locked in place before climbing.

Use the safety features: Check for safety features, such as safety shoes, locking casters, and handrails, and use them as intended.

Climb with care: Face the ladder and keep your body centered between the side rails. Use both hands to hold onto the side rails, and avoid overreaching or leaning too far to one side.

Disengage locking devices: If the ladder has locking devices, make sure to disengage them before moving the ladder.

Move the ladder with care: When moving the ladder, keep your body centered and use caution to avoid tripping or losing balance.

Store the ladder safely: After use, store the ladder in a safe, dry place, away from any sources of heat or ignition.

By following these steps, you can use a mobile ladder safely and effectively, minimizing the risk of injury or accidents.

The best protection from radiation depends on the type of radiation and the situation. Some common methods to reduce exposure to radiation include:

Distance: Increasing the distance between the source of radiation and the person can reduce the amount of exposure.

Shielding: Using materials such as lead, concrete, or water to block or absorb the radiation can provide protection.

Time reduction: Reducing the amount of time spent near the source of radiation can lower the total exposure.

Protective clothing: Wearing clothing made of dense materials, such as lead aprons, can provide protection against external radiation.

Dosimeters: Personal dosimeters can be used to measure the amount of radiation exposure and monitor for safety levels.

It is important to note that radiation protection measures may vary depending on the specific situation, and expert advice should be sought in cases of high or prolonged exposure to radiation.

Yes, bulletproof doors are generally heavy compared to standard doors. The added weight is due to the materials used in the construction of the door, which typically include multiple layers of bullet-resistant materials such as steel, ceramic, and polycarbonate. The thickness and composition of these materials determine the level of protection offered by the door, with higher levels of protection requiring thicker, heavier materials. As a result, bulletproof doors can weigh several hundred pounds, making them much heavier than standard doors. The added weight and thickness can also affect the installation and operation of the door, so it is important to carefully consider the specific requirements and constraints of each situation when selecting and installing a bulletproof door.

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