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Hazardous Materials Spectrometer

B&W Tek LLCRequest Info
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NEWARK, Del., Dec. 10, 2014 — Suited for use by hazardous material teams and law enforcement, the TacticID-GP handheld Raman spectrometer enables identification of methamphetamine ingredients and precursors.

Offered by B&W Tek Inc., the device scans through clear bottles, plastics and more, enabling responders to identify the chemicals without direct contact with potentially toxic or explosive materials.

TacticID-Gp has an on-board library of chemicals, narcotics and explosives, along with color-coded warning systems, Wi-Fi remote operation and multiple sampling accessories.
Dec 2014

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