Chemical Weapons and Chemical Agent Identification
Clear chemical agents with two technologies in one handheld device
Military personnel and security agencies tasked with ensuring public safety require rugged, portable chemical testing equipment for the rapid identification of explosives, chemical weapons, and chemical agents. Thermo Scientific™ FirstDefender™ and Thermo Scientific™ TruDefender™ instruments enable rapid testing and identification of chemical warfare agents (CWAs), toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), toxic industrial materials (TIMs), and numerous other hazardous substances in the field. Easily decontaminated and certified to MIL-STD 810G standards for ruggedness, they can be used right in the hazard zone, minimizing risk of contamination and exposure.
Thermo Fisher Scientific presents the Thermo Scientific™ Gemini™ analyzer, the first handheld instrument to combine two complementary detection technologies, reducing the logistical burden and helping keep CBRN units and first responders safe.
Military personnel often carry upwards of 100 lbs (45kg) of gear into the field. When missions can last days, or even weeks, every ounce counts. The Gemini analyzer provides dual identification technologies in a compact, rugged solution to ease the load and minimize time on target.
Handheld chemical and explosives identification tool
Thermo Scientific™ TruDefender™ FTX combines our field-proven FTIR capability with a new anvil sampling head for easier sampling and decontamination.
Gemini analyzer combines FTIR and Raman technologies for military, explosives and hazmat
The Thermo Scientific Gemini analyzer combines FTIR and Raman spectroscopy into a light, rugged handheld instrument for a fast, confident response in the field.
- Gemini Analyzer Brochure
- FirstDefender RMX Specsheet
- TruDefender™ FTX and FTXi for Chemical/Hazmat
- Complementary Technologies for Chemical and Explosives Identification
- Application Note: Attack the Network with Gemini and HazMasterG3
- Application Note: Technology and Training Critical in Evolving EOD Landscape
- FTIR technology
- Raman technology