3A3Z™ Explosive Material Identification Kit

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ChemSee has developed an easy-to-use, low-cost detector and identifier for fertilizers which can be used to make explosives.

The test is completely self-contained and the analysis takes less than two minutes. A clear and distinct color change alerts the user if a suspect material is present.

3A3Z™ Identification Table

Suspect Materials Detected / Identified:

Main Features:

  • Ammonium Nitrate
  • Urea Nitrate
  • Potassium Nitrate
  • Sodium Nitrate
  • Ammonium Sulfate
  • Ammonium Phosphate
  • Chlorates
  • Urea
  • Explosion-Inert

Note: This detector also detects the presence of Gun Powder.

  • Detection Time: Less than 2 Minutes
  • Sample Size Needed: 1 mg to 0.15 g
  • Ease of Use: Usable by Unskilled Personnel
  • Cost: Very Low, Request a Quote
  • Size: 4 x 1.75 x 0.75 inches
  • Shelf-Life: More than 2 years
  • Weight: Less than 15 grams
  • Power Requirements: No batteries, electricity or computer required

A simple color reference chart provided with the device allows for specific fertilizer identification.

These detectors do NOT contain Mercury or Arsenic. The detectors can be disposed off in the regular waste before and after use. Other explosives detectors may contain Mercury or Arsenic and the used and unused detectors may spread a very large cloud of toxic vapors if burned e. g. in an explosion.

Visual Demonstration of the 3A3Z™ Fertilizer Identifing Kit

3A3Z™ Explosive Material Identification Chart

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