Extended explosives database
We are committed to deliver the most optimal database for you to identify a wide variety of explosives, easily and accurately.
With our Explosives Database, you will improve your matches and find the most commonly used explosives.
- Commercialized explosives
- Improvised Explosive Device (IED)
- Home-made Explosives (HME)
For more detailed information how the extended Explosives database can improve your measurement matches, send an email to email@example.com
We make a difference on the crime scene
• Easy setup and instrument connectivity
• You can rapidly discover the presence of explosives or the precursors used to make explosives.
• ChemDash makes it possible to analyse and share information with colleagues.
• It is easier to brief on the status and it provides an overwiev of evidence provided.
Case explosives. Excerpts from an investigation of a terrorist bombing campaign
It is 10 pm on a busy Friday night. In a district of the city known for it’s restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, a small explosive device has detonated outside a nightclub. By initial accounts, the device was in a plastic rubbish bag left near a rubbish bin. Uniformed police patrol personnel, the fire department, and several ambulances arrive with a few minutes and secure the site of the bombing.
• As is normally the case with a terrorist improvised explosive device, one of the first concerns is whether or not a secondary device or some other means of exploiting the initial attack is a hazard.
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