In-Flight Explosives Detection Kit

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The In-Flight Explosives Detection Kit allows any stewardess, pilot, or traveler to determine in less than 3 minutes if a suspicious powder, solid or liquid found on board an airplane is an explosive or could be used to make an explosive.

The In-Flight Explosives Detection Kit, (IFED), comes with five separate detectors for explosives and explosive precursors. The IFED contains no harmful solvents or aerosols and can be used safely on-board aircraft, even in flight. The Kit is small (10x7x3") and lightweight (410gm), making it easy to carry and store on aircraft.

The IFED was designed to reduce the significant cost of re-routing aircraft and associated delays caused when suspicious substances are found during aircraft flights.

Product Description and Use

The IFED contains five detectors:

  1. Nitro-Pen - Explosive Residues of Nitro-Organics, Nitramines and Inorganic Nitrates
    Examples: TNT, PETN, HMX, RDX
  2. On-The-Spot - Explosive Residues of Inorganic Nitrates
    Examples: Ammonium Nitrate, Potassium Nitrate, Sodium Nitrate
  3. Verifier - Explosive Precursors, Flammables and Strong Oxidizers
    Examples: Acetone, Hydrogen Peroxide
  4. Gel-Ox - Explosive Precursors, Strong Oxidizers in Thick Liquids and Gels
    Examples: Hydrogen Peroxide
  5. Acid Test - Explosive Precursors, Strong Acids
    Examples: Sulfuric Acid, Hydrochloric Acid

All detectors form color when the target explosive or precursor is present.  They are simple to use, even for unskilled personnel and give results in seconds.

Kit Features

  • Contains ALL NECESSARY TOOLS for complete analysis
  • Sample collection devices included
  • 6 Month Shelf Life
  • Full Color Instructions and Reference colors provided
  • Instructional Videos Available

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