Toxic gas detector RAID-P
for military applicationsportable

toxic gas detector
toxic gas detector
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Characteristics

Gas type
toxic gas
Application
for military applications
Other characteristics
portable

Description

A new dimension in chemical detection Specially designed for military and homeland forces to combat existing and emerging threats, the innovative RAID-P is the class leading Chemical detection system The RAID-P is a robust, flexible and portable instrument built with trusted Bruker technology that is capable of operating standalone or mounted in vehicles detecting all CWAs and threat TICs. To mitigate the threat from chemical warfare agents (CWA), Bruker has developed the innovative RAID-P. The RAID-P provides the enhancement of also detecting toxic industrial chemicals (TICs). Typical applications include Installment on mobile platforms such as reconnaissance vehicles, mobile laboratories, and civilian and police emergency response vehicles Installed in shelters Ideal for forward operation bases, decontamination sites or incident control points Ultra sensitive detection and analysis of CWA's and TICs Hardened to military standards, reliable and robust; RAID-P is able to detect, identify and continuously monitor Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) & Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) using IMS. Data monitoring and interrogation is achieved through a clear, unambiguous display and easy to operate integral software menus. RS232 and GPS interface are enabled. RAID-P Features Designed for use in harsh environments. Continuous and automatic detection. Lightweight and Portable. Simple operation.

Catalogs

RAID-XP
RAID-XP
5 Pages

Exhibitions

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ACHEMA 2024
ACHEMA 2024

10-14 Jun 2024 Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

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