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  • News - 25 Aug 2010
    SpectraFluidics, a leader in the vapor trace chemical detection system,, declared that they have an investment alliance with In-Q-Tel (IQT), an autonomous strategic investment organization which...
  • News - 26 Mar 2016
    Alkane fuel is a key ingredient in combustible material such as gasoline, airplane fuel, oil -- even a homemade bomb. Yet it's difficult to detect and there are no portable scanners available that...
  • News - 16 Mar 2013
    Chemring Detection Systems, Inc. ("CDS"), part of Chemring Group PLC, is pleased to announce that JUNO® has been awarded SAFETY Act Developmental Testing and Evaluation (DT&E)...
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    ProQuip, Inc. is Providing quality products and solutions to the process control industry for over 50 years.We offer solutions for process measurements and controls including:Level MeasurementFlow...
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    Environics is a world leader in computerized gas flow instrumentation. Our headquarters for design, manufacturing, sales and service is located in a modern 11,000 square foot facility in Tolland,...
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    HBM offers products and services for an extensive range of measurement applications in many industries. HBM's product range covers sensors, transducers, strain gages, amplifiers and data...
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    VIGO Photonics is a world-leading manufacturer of uncooled infrared photon detectors. In the 1980s, a team led by Professor Józef Piotrowski, Ph.D., developed at the Military University of...
  • News - 22 Nov 2012
    SpectraFluidics, the innovator in high performance trace chemical vapor detection and analysis systems, has demonstrated the repeatable performance capabilities of their novel sensor platform when...
  • Article - 24 Nov 2021
    Researchers have developed a hybrid SERS platform, supported by a nanoplasmonic porous silicon membrane, capable of detecting trace levels of VOCs.
  • News - 25 Jan 2011
    Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have developed a novel disposable sensor that is capable of detecting explosive products. In addition to the sensor, the researchers have...