May 20, 2024

Explosives and Contraband Detection

The Buster contraband detection is used to scan vehicles including tires
The Buster K910 Density Meter is considered by many law enforcement officers and US Customs and Border Patrol agents to be the ‘gold standard’ in contraband detection.

When there is a concern about possible explosives, contraband detection equipment can be used to discover them and the devices can be properly defused and disposed. Many times, seconds count in situations where explosives may be present. You might think about movies, where the hero defuses the bomb at the very last second of the countdown – while that rarely happens in real life, the threat can still be real, and preventing damage and death is a priority.

The “gold standard” product available to handle this niche is the Buster K910B Density Meter by CSECO. It has been used for over 30 years for contraband detection and has been proven to be the safest option. It is effective and dependable, as well as easy to use.

The Buster is designed to scan through all sorts of materials, including metal, wood, and plastic – both regular and reinforced. Because it can “see” through so many different materials, it finds things without damaging the containers in which things are hidden. It registers radiation with Rad-Aware® radiation detection, which aids in detecting explosives and setting up a safe perimeter if needed. It is also possible to find other illegal substances or items with the Buster, which is why it is so often used for contraband detection purposes.

The Buster K910B Density Meter scans quickly, taking fewer than ten minutes to scan a room of average size and fewer than five minutes to scan an average vehicle. Fast scanning means earlier detection in the case of explosives. The sooner an explosive is detected, the sooner the proper authorities and emergency workers can be contacted to disarm and dispose of the device.

CSECO’s Buster K910B Density Meter is the device to look for when there is a need for contraband detection equipment, especially when that contraband may include explosives.