Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 145180-2is Approved as TSA Qualified Product for Air Cargo Screening

  Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 145180-2is Approved as TSA Qualified Product for
  Air Cargo Screening

    Dual-View X-ray Provides High Quality Images and Cuts Inspection Times

Business Wire

EDGEWOOD, Md. -- June 4, 2013

Smiths Detection’s HI-SCAN 145180-2is has been formally approved for air cargo
screening in the U.S. after successfully completing stringent qualification
testing by the TSA (Transportation Security Administration).

The HI-SCAN 145180-2is joins 20 other Smiths Detection inspection systems
already approved and included in the ACSTL (Transportation Security
Administration’s Air Cargo Screening Technology List).

Its dual-view X-ray inspection system and large tunnel helps cut cargo
inspection times by allowing shippers to screen bulk items without the
requirement of unpacking shipments, scanning individual boxes and then
re-assembling them.

Able to screen objects up to 57” x 71” (145 cm x 180 cm), the HI-SCAN
145180-2is meets the maximum skid/pallet size allowed by TSA. Its dual-view
capability also speeds throughput by providing the operator with two
high-resolution adjoining images, eliminating the need to scan cargo twice.

Ted Grant, Director of Sales, for Smiths Detection, said: “The HI-SCAN
145180-2is was designed to meet the ever-growing demands of air cargo
screening. Its dual-view technology, large pallet screening capability and
highly compact footprint offer customers outstanding value for cutting-edge
threat detection while still supporting the smooth flow of air cargo.”

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Smiths Detection offers advanced security solutions in civil and military
markets worldwide, developing and manufacturing government-regulated
technology products that help detect and identify explosives, chemical and
biological agents, radiological and nuclear threats, narcotics, weapons and
contraband. It is part of Smiths Group, a global leader in applying
integrated, advanced technologies to markets in threat and contraband
detection, energy, medical devices, communications and engineered components.
Smiths Group employs around 23,000 people in more than 50 countries.


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