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    Agentaseâ„¢ C2 Chemical Agent Disclosure Spray

    Agentase C2 chemical agent disclosure spray (ADS) is the most sensitive detection technology available and complements electronic sensors by providing the ability to map chemical agent contamination for emergency response missions, as well as aid in the decontamination of personnel or equipment after exposure to CWAs, specifically nerve agents (G- & V-series) and sulfur mustard (HD). Agentase C2 can be used at many stages of the hazard management process to minimize spread of contamination, while near real-time detection allows for early deployment of counter measures and evacuation before human harm or loss of life can occur. Agentase C2 incorporates enzymes, commonly used as catalysts to create very specific reactions. After being sprayed directly onto a surface, the Agentase C2 enzymes react by changing color to red within 5 minutes of detecting CWAs. This color change reveals the specific location of contamination, making the invisible threat…visible. An optional fluorescent additive enhances the visual response when used with an ultraviolet (UV) light in poor lighting conditions. The forensic spray is translucent yet allows the threat to be seen under UV-light, a critical feature for covert operations. Agentase C2 is multi-purpose and easy to use, offered in three applicator sizes based on mission requirements: handheld, man-portable backpack, and wide-area cart-based systems. The Agentase C2 spray is compatible with a large variety of materials and does not degrade sensitive surfaces. It can be rinsed away with water and contains no hazardous chemicals requiring special disposal consideration. Furthermore, chemical agents are not chemically changed by Agentase C2 . This allows for evidence collection and downstream forensic analysis of samples. The optional cold weather additive expands the mission into colder environments.
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    Chemical Agent Detection

    Field Chemical Agent Detection Kit

    Agentase C1 is an award-winning chemical agent detection kit (CAD KIT) that uses enzyme-based technology to rapidly detect class-specific agent contamination on a variety of surfaces. Emergency responders use the Agentase C1 sensors to conduct surface, solid and liquid interrogation for the presence of nerve (G&V series), blood (AC) and blister (HD) agents, acids, bases, aldehydes and oxidizers. The Agentase C1 kit is provided in a small carry pouch weighing less than 1 lb and contains six sensors, which can be custom-configured for the emergency response mission requirement. The sensors do not destroy the sample and can be saved for eventual forensic analysis. The kit also includes a tool specifically designed to handle bulk samples. The sensors are extremely easy to operate, requiring only a few minutes of training. They operate similar to a glow stick. The operator cracks the ampule inside the sensor barrel, which releases the enzyme solution into the sponge. The sponge is applied directly to a surface for sample collection. The simplicity of operation removes the need for recurring training. The label on the sensor provides color codes for reading the detection, which eliminates the need for operator manuals in the hot zone. The Agentase C1 sensors are highly specific and extremely sensitive. They detect trace levels of hazards and are resistant to common environmental interferents, resulting in exceptionally low false positive and negative rates. Detection occurs within 5 minutes and the results are easy to read. This kit offers the speed and accuracy required for emergency response missions. *Agentase C1 is formerly known as the Fido C1 CAD Kit
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