Know what you are dealing with and know now. Detect 3,000 Bacillus spores (e.g. Anthrax, Thuringiensis, Tetanus, Clostridium) from hoax substances such as flour, baking powder, talcum powder or dust in 99% of scenarios.
Camthrax’s optical technology eliminates complicated sample preparation. No mixing or glove-unfriendly preparations.
The device is simple and easy to use with one-button simplicity. Press the button. Read the LCD display. Make an informed decision. That’s all there is to it. No interpretation required. No room for ambiguity.
The device’s versatility takes the guesswork out of preparation by allowing you to quickly quantify samples in powder form, including powders, smears and spills.
|Key applications||Principal users||Camthrax device advantages|
|Biohazard detection||First responders||Clear results in minutes. No interpretation required|
|Suspicious powder analysis||Fire departments||As portable, robust and easy to use as a flashlight|
|Decontamination testing||Police departments||No sample is consumed, contaminated or destroyed|
|Biohazard detection||HazMat teams||No wet chemistry. No sample prep|
|Building and facilities safety||Airport security||Biohazard detection|
|Port security||Fully re-usable. Test multiple samples without delay|
|Postal services||Tests spilled powder samples|
|Building/facilities owners and managers|
|Military/ Defense teams|
The device’s push-button simplicity and instant reusability mean you can rapidly move through sites and clear multiple targets, minimising costly lockdown times and your time on site.
Camthrax is battery powered, lightweight and fully integrated in one small handheld unit, so you can take it where it needs to go. A glove and chemical-suit friendly design means you can concentrate on the task at hand.
Because lives depend on your work, we know you need more than our word. You need proof. That’s why we’ve had our technology independently tested. That’s why we’re making production detectors available to the testing labs you trust.
Easy to use: One-button simple
Step 1. A potential bacterial spore threat is reported. The threat may be any unidentified powder material.
Step 2. The first responder locates the unidentified sample and submits it to the Camthrax device.
Step 3. The first responder presses the Camthrax device’s analyse button.
Step 4. Within minutes, the first responder reads the display. Clear yes or no to bacterial spores is presented. No interpretation is necessary.
Step 5. The first responder makes an informed decision on how to proceed. The Camthrax device is ready for immediate reuse.