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SASRAD Awarded Contract for G20 Summit

November 19, 2014  | 

SASRAD's Xpose contraband detector will be used at the G20 Summit. Photo: SASRAD
SASRAD's Xpose contraband detector will be used at the G20 Summit. Photo: SASRAD

Sas R & D Services (SASRAD) of Miramar, Fla., has been awarded a contract for 76 search and detection kits for use during the G20 Summit to be held in Brisbane, Australia. These kits included the Xpose Miniature handheld Contraband Detector, otherwise known as a density meter, and the Ultimate repairable fiberscope as well as other items for inspection and search procedures. Training of the search operators was conducted by the SASRAD representatives in Australia.

SASRAD Contraband Enforcement kits (CEK KITS) contain everything needed to conduct security inspections of vehicles, boats, trains, and planes: High Technology Xpose density meters, Ultimate fiberscopes, and Videoscopes as well as a tiny fiberscope for inserting into vehicle tires to look inside without letting the air out. Contraband found can include narcotics, explosives, weapons, currency, WMD and even people and rare animals concealed in vehicles.

About SASRAD

SASRAD is a business owned and operated by the same family for over 50 years – providing equipment to government and law enforcement agencies throughout the world. Originally established in the United Kingdom in 1962, the company moved its base of operations to the U.S.A. in 1990 to fulfill U.S. government contracts. It has offices in South Florida and North Carolina, with production facilities in San Diego, Calif., and Plainfield, Conn. The company provides handheld contraband search and detection equipment and training, and has supplied equipment to well over 100 countries during its existence.

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