When it comes to the detection and identification of radioactive materials, chemicals, or explosive threats, ensuring that on-site teams are properly equipped requires a strategic approach. We are constantly working to protect against these threats with advanced technology and innovative instruments that offer real-time security threat detection and immediate results.

From routine security monitoring and surveillance to emergency response situations, our integrated analytical instruments help safety and security professionals detect and mitigate hazardous materials, explosives, and radiological threats to keep the public, and themselves, safe.

Click on the tabs below to view our solutions to each of these common threats.

2. Hospital

Nuclear sources used in medicine program could be stolen or improperly stored and disposed of

5. City streets

Various chemical and radiation threats

6. Sporting stadium

Fans bringing in explosive or radioactive materials

8. Commercial building

Incoming packages may contain illicit chemicals, dirty bombs or lead paint screening

10. Bus terminal

Unknown substances found on bus or passenger

11. Train station

Unknown substances found in terminal

12. Train tracks

Unknown chemical is spilled due to derailment

13. Factory

Orphaned radiation sources and non-labelled chemicals found

15. Airport

Passengers could carry numerous possible harmful substances

16. Cargo ships

Ships may contain radiation sources or harmful chemicals

17. Demolished building*

Orphaned radiation sources from testing equipment and old chemicals left behind

Niton XRF Analyzers

18. Shipping port*

Suspicious packages and chemicals found in container

19. Logistics facility

Suspicious packages with unknown chemicals or radiation are found

20. Nuclear power plant*

A possible radiation leak is suspected at the plant

22. Scrap yard*

Orphaned radiation sources arrive with shipment of scrap metal

Niton XRF Analyzers

23. Street fair

Possible radiation or chemical threats

2. Hospital

Nuclear sources used in medicine program could be stolen or improperly stored and disposed of

5. City streets

Various chemical and radiation threats

6. Sporting stadium

Fans bringing in explosive or radioactive materials

8. Commercial building

Incoming packages may contain illicit chemicals, dirty bombs or lead paint screening

10. Bus terminal

Unknown substances found on bus or passenger

11. Train station

Unknown substances found in terminal

12. Train tracks

Unknown chemical is spilled due to derailment

13. Factory

Orphaned radiation sources and non-labelled chemicals found

15. Airport

Passengers could carry numerous possible harmful substances

16. Cargo ships

Ships may contain radiation sources or harmful chemicals

17. Demolished building*

Orphaned radiation sources from testing equipment and old chemicals left behind

Niton XRF Analyzers

18. Shipping port*

Suspicious packages and chemicals found in container

19. Logistics facility

Suspicious packages with unknown chemicals or radiation are found

20. Nuclear power plant*

A possible radiation leak is suspected at the plant

22. Scrap yard*

Orphaned radiation sources arrive with shipment of scrap metal

Niton XRF Analyzers

23. Street fair

Possible radiation or chemical threats

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* Other Considerations
17. Instruments for determining the presence of asbestos or the composition of metal are available
18. A wide range of portal monitors for monitoring large containers are available
20. A wide range of radiation monitoring equipment is available for pre-emptive or post-incident monitoring
22. Portal monitors are available for monitoring scrap and the Niton XRF provides material identification