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Serstech 100 Indicator
The Serstech 100 Indicator is a hand-held, small and light Raman spectrometer that can identify more than 14.000 substances. Customisable with fully validated and data-enriched libraries.
Truly hand-held. The Serstech 100 Indicator is small and light and comfortably fits in your hand or uniform pocket. It’s robustness, high quality and high performance provide near lab-quality analysis in the field even under tough conditions.
Customisable. The same instrument can at any time be customised for your needs and it can identify any combination of explosives, narcotics, toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), pharmaceuticals and chemical warfare agents.
Connected. Manage your devices, measurements and custom substance libraries across your organisation with ChemDash – the included management and reporting software.
Easy to use. Serstech 100 Indicator display is easy to understand and gives accurate responses in seconds. Connect it wirelessly or via cable to ChemDash for reporting and management of users, measurements and libraries.
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”Serstech’s Raman Indicator is a state-of-the-art handheld analytical instrument very convenient for on-spot identification and verification of Chemical Weapon Convention related chemicals, explosives and contraband drugs, amongst other materials.
Small dimensions, robust outfit and quick response make it the choice when challenging environments are anticipated. With ChemDash, the users can create and share libraries in a much smarter way, which is needed to keep up with the ever evolving threats.
All above said, the Hotzone Solutions Group has committed itself to promote and further the capability of this important equipment using its own extensive real-life experience and practice”
Olivier Mattmann, CEO Hotzone Solutions Group and former mission lead, instructor at the Nobel Peace Prize winner Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW). ”