The acquisition builds upon Federal Resources’ mission to increase market penetration and provide its customers with complete life-cycle sustainment solutions.
In the April 2016 edition of Domestic Preparedness, Ian Schaefer recounts the twenty-year history of PROTECT, a real-time chemical, biological,
A brief summary of free apps and resources sources for CBRNE/HazMat responders.
Seventeen contractors will compete for task orders under the four year, multi-award IDIQ.
The web is filled with CBRNE product listings, but many are simply advertising placements from the equipment manufacturers. Here we’ve compiled a brief summary of the few, truly independent sources of detailed information on CBRNE detection equipment.
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KD Analytical announces free access to nearly 400 FAQs and articles from its extensive library of CBRNE detector maintenance and operational information.
After compiling and analyzing years worth of our own technical support data, we’ve learned that 60% of CBRNE detector issues can be resolved by the responder.
Only the best prepare for the worst.
The Sydney Tar Ponds was once a beautiful tidal estuary that over the last century was filled with runoff from coke ovens from now decommissioned steel mills. The 77-acre estuary is filled with a variety of coal-based contaminants and sludge including Naphthalene and is considered to be one of the most toxic hazardous waste sites in North America. KD Analytical provided technical assistance for evaluating the INFICON HAPSITE ER versus the older HAPSITE Smart GC/MS model for monitoring contaminants. In addition, we were engaged to provide training on the GCMS model that would be selected during the foregoing evaluation.