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Implant Sciences Receives Orders for Quantum Sniffer Explosive Detector

Implant Sciences has declared that it has received many orders for its explosive tracer, Quantum Sniffer, which amounts to over 380,000 dollars.

The Quantum Sniffer QS-H150 is designed to suit a number of applications such as border control, air cargo security, law enforcement, airport and aviation security and even VIP security.

QS-H150

The QS-H150 employs the Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) for detection of explosives. It is a hand held tracer, which demands minimum maintenance measures. It is also self-calibrating and self-clearing hence the operational availability is extremely high. It has the ability to detect a broad range of explosives such as military, commercial, improvised and even homemade explosives.

Implant Sciences has customers across China, Canada and India from departments such as armed police, counter terrorism units, border control and airports. The Horticulture Exposition 2011 XI'AN, which is be held in Northwestern China plans to make use of the Quantum Sniffer for security enforcement. The expo would span over 183 days and is spread over an area of 1,000 acres. As many as 12 million tourists are expected to visit this exhibition.

Glenn Bolduc, who is the CEO of Implant Sciences, spoke about the worldwide acceptance of the Quantum Sniffer as the best portable explosive detection device in critical security applications. He added that the lives of millions of people across the globe are secured by the Quantum Sniffer.

Implant Sciences deals with the development, manufacture and sales of premium solutions for Security, Safety and Defense markets. The Quantum Sniffer has been adjudged as the Qualified Anti-Terrorism Technology by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security under the Support Anti-terrorism by Fostering Effective Technology Act of 2002.

Source: http://www.implantsciences.com/

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