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Portable Gas Chromatography lab

Seer Technology : 25 February, 2009  (New Product)
IDEX conference and exhibition sees the launch of AccuSense chemical recognition system providing an accurate portable solution for emergency services to deal with unknown chemical threats
Seer Technology has announced its breakthrough new product, the AccuSense Chemical Recognition system, at IDEX, the world's largest product expo for National Security, Military Training, Naval Aircraft, Army Soldiers and Homeland Security products and services.

"AccuSense is the perfect solution for first responders and emergency personnel who must act quickly to save lives in situations where chemical threats are unknown," said John Cleary, AccuSense Product Manager. "This product requires no consumables or external elute gas to operate and functions as a standalone unit for 24/7 monitoring at remote sites."

The new technology behind AccuSense provides miniaturized, dual hyphenated gas chromatograph (DHGC) functionality to deliver accuracy in parts per billion (ppb) resolutions. AccuSense's patented neural network operating system gives it the ability to recognize hundreds of different chemical gasses along with the concentration level of each gas.

"AccuSense is like having an entire gas chromatography lab in a small, six-pound field deployable unit," said Fred Gallander, CEO of Seer Technology. "It sets a new standard in the industry for function, reliability, portability and cost."

Seer Technology is now taking orders for AccuSense with product delivery planned for early 2nd quarter 2009.
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