Explosives Monitoring Applications

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Ground Penetrating Radars (GPR) for Forensics and Military

by Transient Technologies LLC     based in Kyiv, UKRAINE

Police can use GPRs in different forensic investigations (search for hidden burials, underground hiding places and passages etc.).  Military uses of GPR include location and detection of buried explosive devices and land mines.

PTR-MS systems for security and safety purpose

by Ionicon Analytik Ges.m.b.H.     based in Innsbruck, AUSTRIA

Illicit substances real-time detection with IONICON PTR-MS. PTR-MS combines all features that are needed for analyzing dangerous and illicit substances like explosives, chemical warfare agents (CWA), toxic industrial chemicals (TIC) and drugs.

CO gas monitoring for coal pulverising mills

by Codel International Ltd     based in Bakewell, UNITED KINGDOM

Our range of safety analysers can offer early detection of fire / explosive conditions. From CO monitors for pulverising coal mills through to UV flame and smoke detectors installed on oil rigs and the cross-channel passenger shuttles, operated by Eurotunnel.

Hazardous waste shredding

by SSI Shredding Systems, Inc.     based in Wilsonville, OREGON (USA)

Fully Integrated, Custom Systems for Pre-processing of Hazardous Wastes. Drummed and bulk wastes enter the system, passing through a double-door airlock. Material is then processed through two hydraulic shredders. Following the size reduction process, provided by SSI Shredding Systems, material is then discharged to downstream equipment to complete the blending process.

Gas Detection Solutions for Liquified Natural Gas Detection

by Boreal Laser Inc.     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Liquefied natural gas owners require improved routine monitoring of facilities for safety, economic and regulatory reasons. Leaking LNG can cause explosions leading to loss of life and property. Loss of product through undetected leaks dramatically reduces a pipeline operator’s profitability. Traditional gas detectors are slow to reach and require a labour intensive process to keep maintained. IR detectors have been used but with limited success because of cross interference from other atmospheric gases.

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