Implant Sciences, a provider of sensors and systems for homeland security markets, has sold its portable explosive trace detectors called Quantum Sniffer QS-H150 to its new client based in Uzbekistan via PS, its regional distributor.
This marks the first sale of Implant Sciences in Uzbekistan. The handheld, lightweight, superior-performance device will be installed for the country’s airport security. The QS-H150 utilizes ion mobility spectrometry to sense and determine minute quantities of homemade, commercial, and military explosives. It does not utilize radioactive materials and its minimal-maintenance design is self-clearing and self-calibrating, facilitating operational efficiency.
Implant Sciences has recently inked a distribution deal with PS, a company based in the United States and its representative office is located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The customers of PS comprise government agencies and commercial companies. PS is a leading supplier of detection devices and security systems for Uzbekistan Airways and other important airports in the country. The distributor offers a broad array of services for applications in the security market such as technical support, equipment launch, installations, project development, consulting and staff training and maintenance.
Glenn D. Bolduc, who serves as the President and Chief Executive Officer at Implant Sciences, stated that the capability of the QS-H150 is ideal for versatile and continuous utilization in both air passenger and air cargo security. The company’s devices are now widely used in the worldwide airport security market, he added.