Detection of Poisons in Food

May 22, 2015

ChemSee Attends the NIH-PUCP-IUPESM Heavy Metal Workshop.

Appealing Products Inc.'s superior detectors for Heavy Metals in water have achieved an international reputation.

The fact that API's sensitive, low-cost, and simple-to-use detectors can within a minute detect up to ten heavy metals have received a large acclaim. Dr. Attar was invited by the World Health Organization and the Peruvian National Institute of Health to Lima, Peru to give a Keynote Presentation at the NIH-PUCP-IUPESM Heavy Metal Workshop. On May 8th, Dr. Attar lectured in Lima on Measuring, Mapping and Identifying heavy metals in various sources of water and polluted water. The presentation also included a novel approach on the use of analytical data to devise methods to reclaim and decontaminate water from heavy metals.

During the presentation, he demonstrated the GHM-01 Heavy Metal Detector which was well received by the audience and those who volunteered to use the detectors. The presense of heavy metals in drinking water has been increasing world wide as mining operations increased and became a serious health problem. In many countries, including Chilli, China, Indonesia and many others including the USA, heavy metals became a serious health issue. Heavy metals in water accumulate in the body and reduce the cognitive functions of people. This phenomenon is very critical when young children and older adults are concerned. Although the effect of consuming heavy metals with the drinking water can be seen only after a long exposure period, their effect can be devaustating.

To measure the presence of heavy metals in water, use the GHM-01 detector. Traces of lead can be easily detected using the LHM-09 Lead Detector. and traces of arsenic can be detected using the AJ-LOW-01 Arsenic Detector.      

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Mar 9, 2018
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Appealing Products/ChemSee attended CBRNe Indianapolis on November 6th - 8th to showcase its products in the field of Food Poison Detection, Explosive Detection and Toxic Gas Detection.
Aug 30, 2017
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Trillions of gallons of water displaces soil and sediment which may carry Heavy Metals and other contaminants into drinking water of the citizens of Texas after the flood.
Apr 12, 2017
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This article focuses mainly on the technical issues of the possibility that warfare chemicals, WC, will be used in a new military conflict, one possibly initiated by N. Korea.

By: A. J. Attar, PhD


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