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Building Protection Systems (BPSI)
150 Post Street
Suite 750
San Francisco
CA 94108
USA
[t] +1 925 676 8600
[f] +1 925 676 8621
US Company Protects HQ Building With Air Monitoring Technology
02 February, 2012
Complying with the US SAFETY Act requirements, air monitoring technology from Building Protection Systems is being used to detect potential toxins in the atmosphere at a US company's headquarters
US Army Takes Sentry One Air Monitoring System
09 February, 2011
As part of the Army's increased security system initiative, Building Protection Systems will provide Sentry One CBRN contamination detection equipment
Zero False Alarm Rate History On Airborne Toxin Detection System
17 March, 2010
CBRN Detection System for buildings and public venues achieves 100,000 hours of operation without any false positives having been registered
Mobile Sentry One event threat detection unit
27 July, 2009
BPSI has launched the Mobile Sentry One, a trailer mounted detection system for CBRN threats designed for use at events where fixed installations are impractical
Toxin detection system for building HVAC systems
04 June, 2009
Building Sentry One from BPSI detects toxins, closes down ventilation systems and provides identification data in real time to the emergency services
Former DHS secretary joins BPSI advisory board
04 June, 2009
Real-Time toxin detection experts hire former secretary of the Department of Homeland Security as an advisor to their team