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Evidence Collection Tools

These seven companies provide the tools that ease the burden of evidence collection at crime scenes.

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AccuTrans: Casting Silicone Material

AccuTrans by Ultronics is polyvinylsiloxane material that offers high tear resistance and dimensional stability for lifting impressions. AccuTrans casting silicone is applied with an extruder gun and is flexible yet does not distort the image. Once the impression is lifted, it cannot be smeared or smudged. AccuTrans comes in white, brown, black, and transparent. The transparent version allows for instant comparison of the print without reversing the image.


Bode Technology: Buccal DNA Collection Device

Bode Technology's Buccal DNA Collection Device is designed for simple and effective collection of buccal cells. The label is part of the handle so it is always attached to the sample, which prevents mislabeling. The sliding cover protects the sample, but allows it to dry very quickly, preventing degradation. Collected samples can be placed in a transport pouch with desiccant for transportation and storage.

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