XploSens Ox

Explosive detection with XploSens Ox uses Nanometric Ink to test suspicious items for chlorate and Sprengel based explosives. A color change (within seconds) from a dark blue to a light color, typically yellow, indicates the presence of a strong oxidizer such as peroxides, chlorates, bromates and sprengel explosives. Detects hydrogen peroxide and many strong oxidizers (for example nitric acid). Requires no additional components/equipment. Also available in a spray, XploSens SP.

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Manufacturer
Xplosafe LLC
Product Name
XploSens Ox
Detection Category
Chemical; Explosives
Detection Principle
Colorimetric;
Detection Method
Colorimetric;
Application
Emergency Response;Screening;Forensics;
Equipment Type
Instrument
Product Synopsis
Explosive detection with XploSens Ox uses Nanometric Ink to test suspicious items for chlorate and Sprengel based explosives. A color change (within seconds) from a dark blue to a light color, typically yellow, indicates the presence of a strong oxidizer such as peroxides, chlorates, bromates and sprengel explosives. Detects hydrogen peroxide and many strong oxidizers (for example nitric acid). Requires no additional components/equipment. Also available in a spray, XploSens SP.
Availability
Commercially Available
Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
9
User Feedback Sources
Indifferent/No user feedback
Dimensions
0.65 x 0.65 x 2.5 in (1.65 x 1.65 x 6.3 cm)
Weight
<1 Lb.
Power Requirements
None
Noise Produced
Negligible
Transportability
Pocket Size
Ruggedness
None
Consumables
None
Solvents/Reagents
Yes
Unit Cost
$250.00
Tested For Explosives
Chlorate and Sprengel based primary explosives
Sample Introduction
Liquid;Solid;
Known Interferents/Inhibitors
Materials that are produced using nitric acid (for example, urea nitrate) may contain trace amounts of the acid and can discolor the reagent. The hypochlorite ion in bleach and percarbonate in color safe bleach give a color change. Ammonium solutions discolor the reagent.
Start Up Time (From Cold Start To Sample Ready)
Immediate
Response Time (Sample Application To Output)
Continuous (<30 seconds)
Alarm Capability
Visual color change
Training Required
<1 hour training
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