Drop-ex Pen (50/100 tests): Drop-ex detects the widest possible range of explosive types, due to its ability to detect the additional explosive categories for improvised explosives: Chlorate and Peroxide-based explosives.
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Drop-ex detects the widest possible range of explosive types, due to its ability to detect the additional explosive categories for improvised explosives: Chlorate and Peroxide-based explosives.
Peroxide-based explosives are powerful explosive substances that can be prepared from several over the counter materials.
This well-known explosive type is currently in use by terrorist groups and is usually known by its abbreviation TATP (Tri Acetone Tri Peroxide).
Drop-Ex uses the same reagents as Expray but in dropper bottles, for ease of use during field and laboratory investigation.
Drop-ex Pen (50/100 tests):
DROP-EX 1: Group A (Nitroaromatics), including TNT, Tetryl, TNB, DNT, picric acid and its salts
DROP-EX 2: Group B (Nitrate esters and nitramines), including Dynamite, Nitroglycerine, RDX, C4, PETN, Semtex, Nitrocellulose and smokeless powder. Also most plastic types of explosives below to this group.
DROP-EX 3: Inorganic Nitrates, Nitrate explosives include ANFO (Ammonium Nitrate-Fuel Oil), commercial and improvised explosives based on Inorganic Nitrates, Black Powder, Gun Powder, Potassium Nitrate and Ammonium Nitrate.
DROP-EX U: Nitrate, for the detection of urea Nitrate
DROP-EX A: Chlorates and Bromates, this type of explosives include potassium and sodium chlorate
DROP-EX B: Peroxide, for peroxide based explosives, including TATP (Tri Acetone Tri Peroxide) and HMTD
DROP-EX P: Perchclorate, for the detection of perchlorate salts