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  1. Handheld FT-IR/Photoacoustic Chemical Agent Detector

    SBC: MANNING APPLIED TECHNOLOGY            Topic: CBD05112

    Manning Applied Technology proposes development of the MP-100 handheld FT-infrared photoacoustic chemical agent detector, following a highly successful Phase I effort. Chemical attacks and accidents can be mitigated partially by cost-effective sensors. High priority programs will benefit from a sensor compliant to Joint Warning & Reporting Network (JWARN) standards. The device is ideally suited to ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  2. New Materials for Smart Fabric Chemical Agent Sensors

    SBC: TDA Research, Inc.            Topic: CBD05104

    Defense against chemical weapons is a critical DoD requirement. An effective defense requires the development of a combination of unique clothing systems that provide a physical barrier to toxic vapors, liquids, and aerosols, as well as a system to detect chemical threats. Protective clothing and detection systems currently exist, but ideally the detection equipment should be miniaturized and int ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
  3. Transportable System for Immediate Decon

    SBC: TDA Research, Inc.            Topic: CBD05108

    Surfaces of military vehicles and equipment contaminated with chemical warfare (CW) or biological warfare (BW) agents must be rapidly decontaminated to allow continued operations. Unfortunately, all current decon technologies have significant disadvantages. The most readily available system, the M100 kit, uses a solid sorbent that is inconvenient to apply, that absorbs but does not detoxify CW a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2006 Department of DefenseOffice for Chemical and Biological Defense
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