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Insight 100 Type B Liquid Explosives Detector

Type B Standard 2 Liquid Explosives Detection System

The system is highly flexible and accepts a range of containers from small handheld items (such as toothpaste and cosmetics) up to 35cm (14 inches) high containers such as wine, champagne and standard 3 litre drink bottles.
Technology From: Cobalt

Type B Standard 2 Liquid Explosives Detection System

INSIGHT100 is a table-top container-screening device for use at security checkpoints such as airports, government buildings and other passenger hubs. The system screens liquids, powders or gels, within sealed containers such as glass or plastic bottles, tubs and other common containers. The detection capability is extremely high and false alarm rates have been demonstrated to be <0.5% (Loeffen, P.W. et al,, proc. SPIE, 2011). To screen a bottle takes less than 5 seconds.

Screens
  • Opaque Containers
  • Clear Containers
  • Coloured Containers
  • Glass and Plastic Containers (Metallic Containers can be Identified)
  • Cosmetics
  • Small Handheld Items
  • Half-filled Bottles
  • Immiscible Liquids
  • Multi-Component Liquid
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Insight100: Features & Operation



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Rapid ID through Opaque Containers

Rapid ID through Opaque Containers

RapID allows pharmaceutical manufacturers to achieve fast, accurate material identity verification in seconds without the need for laborious sampling regimes.
Technology From: Cobalt

Rapid ID through Opaque Containers

RapID is the next generation in materials verification, extending high throughput spectroscopic identification capability from clear containers to non-transparent and coloured containers and even layered paper or plastic sacks.

RapID allows pharmaceutical manufacturers to achieve fast, accurate material identity verification in seconds without the need for laborious sampling regimes. Incoming goods are often supplied in opaque packaging such as sacks, plastic tubs, Winchester glass and plastic bottles, which makes identification difficult and expensive. RapID removes the cost and resource of opening and sampling each container, avoiding the need for expensive sampling booths. Additionally, RapID was designed to meet the stringent requirements of current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) and 21 CFR Part 11-compliant environments.

Key Features
  • ID through opaque and coloured sacks, tubs and bottles
  • Compatible with most pharmaceutical APIs and excipients
  • No powder sampling or handling booths required
  • Identifies contents and containers in 1-10 seconds
  • LIMS-compatible output files
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