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HazMatID Elite
HazMatID Elite




HazMatID Elite

Handheld FT-IR Chemical Identifier

Feature highlights:

  • MIL-STD-810G certified for use in harsh conditions and high-temperatures
  • Integrated pressure device for analysis of solid materials, plus direct touch-to-sample capability
  • Automated analysis of mixtures with priority alerting for explosives, CWA, TIC and narcotics
  • Long-range, embedded RF wireless transmission

HazMatID Elite is a next-generation handheld unknown solid and liquid chemical identifier that performs an analysis in 1 minute or less.

Analysis is performed by placing a small amount of unknown substance onto the diamond ATR sensor and applying pressure with an integrated press for solid samples. The sample interface also includes an integrated well for the containment of liquid samples. A second, touch-to-sample, diamond ATR interface is available for rapid analysis of pooled liquids and surface films, and enables robotics applications.

HazMatID Elite has the widest thermal and solar operational range of any portable chemical identifier. Its revolutionary optical engine also provides high vibration immunity and resistance to mechanical disturbances seen during vehicle or human transport.

The HazMatID Elite user interface contains a large display screen and keypad controls for effective operation in protective gear and intuitive software.

PC-based command software provides advanced data handling capabilities for specialized users.

The abuse of the dangerous drug fentanyl and its related analogs is sparking a new opioid crisis around the world. Forty to fifty times stronger than street-level heroin, the fentanyl narcotics, even in extremely low doses, can kill. The number of overdoses through illicit drug use have reached a critical level – these drugs are so potent that it is impossible to distinguish by eye whether a dose of powder will be fatal. Furthermore, the risk of accidental exposure when fentanyl-containing bulk powders or trace particles are present has become a major safety issue for law enforcement, first responders and public workers. Accidental ingestion, inhalation or skin contact with even small amounts can lead to respiratory distress, disorientation and even cardiac arrest.

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