Todd Research, the UK’s leading experts in X-ray security technology, invites all delegates to the International Security Expo 2021 to learn more about its state-of-the-art products and all-encompassing training and maintenance services. The two-day, free pass event, taking place at Olympia London on the 28th and 29th of September 2021, will give attendees an opportunity to learn about the unique X-ray scanners Todd Research offers, and watch them in action at a live demonstration. The company’s representatives at stand B20 will also welcome questions about the TR50 conveyor X-ray scanner, the TR15 cabinet X-ray scanner, and the TR360PRO+ metal detection system on show.
The TR50 offers quick and effective inspection of post, parcels, small bags and briefcases in restricted spaces, without compromising on detection capabilities. This environmentally-friendly, innovative scanner is made from recycled materials and allows accurate identification of any metallic objects including firearms and knives, as well as organic objects such as explosives, narcotics, detonators and dangerous objects. The conveyor can be operated at speeds to ensure high throughput detection, with image quality that surpasses any other X-ray scanner on the market. Dual energy imaging highlights optically-dense objects and ensures automatic colour coding of materials based on different atomic numbers. The green energy sensors introduce automatic starting and stopping of the conveyor belt once the item has passed through, saving energy and helping to lower your carbon footprint.
The latest generation TR15 and TR40 +smart scan cabinet scanners provide a new benchmark of threat detection and image management. The completely new software platform and intuitive user interface – via a 22” touchscreen monitor with an image resolution of 1910 x 1080 pixels – make identifying potential threats clearer and easier than ever before. The smart card login means the TR15 and TR40 +smart scan can also be configured to collect data from individual user sessions, allowing you to monitor the effectiveness of operators.
The TR40 is the largest cabinet scanner in the range, and can accommodate mail sacks, large boxes and courier deliveries, with one touch operation for rapid processing of items, all within a compact footprint. The small size of the TR15 means that it can be used as a security scanner in a variety of areas within a building, including mailrooms and receptions. The TR40 comes equipped with the Enhanced Powder Detection (EPD™) feature, which has a heightened ability to detect threats from powder-based elements – including anthrax, ricin and caustic soda – down to three grams, within a bundle of approximately 25 letters. You can confidently scan a handful of post and get results within six seconds.
The TR360PRO+ features the latest advances to our metal detection technology, making this system the most portable, easy-to-use and reliable full body scan system available for the detection of ferrous only metals. It offers safe, discreet and non-intrusive security screening for a large majority of items – such as knives, mobile phones and firearms – while providing control and flexibility, whatever the venue. The single pole metal detector can be set up by one person in less than a minute, and can be used to scan various threat sizes indoors and out. Unlike any other metal detectors on the market, the TR360PRO+ doesn’t just tell you if there is metal present, but its visual five zone LED lighted precision and audible alert also indicates the approximate location of a threat, improving search efficiency.
Todd Research offers a range of innovative, user-friendly security scanners – from scanning mail arriving in offices to safety management at big events – as well as training and servicing of any X-ray machine, even those from other manufacturers. The company’s knowledge of third-party products makes it the go-to provider for any enhanced security equipment that also complies with the relevant international health and safety regulations. Visit the stand at this year’s International Security Expo to find out more.