DETECTION AND BIOIDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS

Ancam 6100 Multi-Analyte Test Reader

Ancam 6100 Multi-Analyte Test Reader

The ANCAMâ„¢ 6100 is a portable, machine-vision, multi-analyte lateral flow test reader and communication device. This compact instrument may be used with virtually any single-target or multi-target lateral flow coupon.

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BioHawk 8-Channel Collection/Bioidentification System

BioHawk8-ChannelCollection & Bioidentification System

A portable 8-channel bioassay system with automated sample collection capability that is suitable for high-sensitivity monitoring of biological agents, toxins, explosives, and chemical contaminants. Assay results for the eight detection channels are typically available 10 to 15 minutes after liquid sample introduction.

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RAPTOR 4-Channel Bioassay System

RAPTOR 4-Channel Bioassay System

This rapid, automatic fluorometric assay system is a portable 4-channel system for monitoring toxins, viruses, bacteria, spores, fungi and other diverse targets. An extremely reliable third-generation product, users have found that these instruments will operate for two years or more with no breakdowns or leaks, and will tolerate debris-laden samples, such as are produced in mailrooms and food processing.

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ASAP II Mailroom Screening System

ASAP II Mailroom Screening System

Research International's ASAP II is an integrated, automated, customizable CBRNe threat detection system for mailrooms. An ASAP II installation is typically enclosed in an negative-pressure room to contain any potential incoming threat, and a downdraft table to protect workers from exposure. Packages are x-rayed and tested for radiation; the bio-threat component detects and identifies from four to eight bio-agents in real time while mail is simultanously screened for chemicals, drugs, explosives. Control software monitors all subsystems and quickly notifies the operator of any threats detected.

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Aerosol Simulant Nebulizer

QuikChek Aerosol Simulants

This product administers a small aerosol challenge to chemical and biological collection, detection and identification equipment. Many situations arise where it would be useful to have a method for qualitatively determining that equipment is working. With gas detectors, a small pulse of gas is commonly administered to the equipment before it is taken out into the field to see if an upscale reading is obtained. This safety measure is called a “bump test” and shows that the equipment is operational.

 

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