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Explosive Detection Raman Platform

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Explosive Detection Raman PlatformThe Pendar X10 Raman platform from Pendar Technologies LLC allows for the rapid identification of hazardous chemicals in homemade explosives laboratories or during explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) operations, including highly fluorescent, dark, and sensitive materials, at standoff distances of up to 3 ft.

By increasing the measurement distance and strongly reducing the risks of laser-induced explosion and eye damage, the Pendar X10 offers EOD, hazmat, narcotics, and other teams new levels of safety, accuracy, and speed in the field. Simple point-and-shoot technology requires little training and delivers results within seconds, enabling operators to make rapid critical decisions.

The platform’s approach mitigates fluorescence interference and reduces the risk of ignition of dark explosive materials by providing clear actionable results and interpretations.

Photonics Spectra
May 2019

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