$1.1 million order for Implant Sciences’ portable explosives detectors

“Unfortunately as ongoing threats of violence disrupt daily life in the Middle East, the need for portable explosives trace detection technology is increasing,” said Bruce Bower, the senior vice president of Implant Sciences. “The Quantum Sniffer is an excellent choice to improve security coverage because our QS-H150 has been uniquely engineered to reduce dirt and contamination clogging problems caused by sand and dust, which makes the unit highly available with little or no downtime required for system calibration or clear down following an alarm.”

The QS H-150 uses Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) to rapidly detect and identify trace amounts of a wide variety of military, commercial, improvised, and homemade explosives.

“With automatic self-calibration, non-contact sampling, and no radioactive materials, the innovative QS-H150 continues to attract attention from new customers. We are very proud of the work our sales team and channel partners have invested in discovering this new opportunity,” said Glenn D. Bolduc, the CEO of Implant Sciences.