PRESS RELEASE: Field Forensics of St. Petersburg, Florida, USA, announces the release of the new Fen-Her™ a new fentanyl and heroin test kit. The new kit detects and differentiates heroin and fentanyl, even at trace levels, and increases the safety of law enforcement. Overdose deaths due to this synthetic opioid and its derivatives have hit crisis proportions in the US, Canada, Europe and in many other countries around the world. Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid similar to morphine but […]
Visit our stand N4-334 at DSEI at the ExCel. We’ll be exhibiting at DSEI this September 12-15 in London. Visit our booth and review our products that we’ve developed for chemical analysis kits, portable devices and instruments – specializing in explosives and narcotics. Field Forensics offers the HandyRam™ hand-held Raman spectrometer, the Spot.On.ID™ portable TLC instrument, several color test kits for explosives and narcotics, and SPME devices for explosives, narcotics and chemical weapons agent identification.
27-29 JUNE 2017 – Come see us a BOOTH 31 at NCT Europe 2017 in Sonthofen, Germany Visit the Field Forensics at BOOTH 31 at NCT Europe 2017 from 27-29 June 2017 in Sonthofen, Germany. Stop by our booth to say hello and review the cool products that we develop and sell including explosives and narcotics detection and testing offers the HandyRam™ hand-held Raman spectrometer, the Spot.On.ID™ portable TLC instrument, several color test kits for explosives and narcotics, and SPME devices for […]
Field Forensics will be at Warrior Expo East this July 13-14, 2017. Stop by our booth – #1320 – to see the cool products that we have on hand including explosives and narcotics detection and testing . HandyRam™ hand-held Raman spectrometer, the Spot.On.ID™ portable TLC instrument will be there as well as various colorimetric test kits for explosives and narcotics, and SPME devices for explosives,narcotics and chemical weapons agent sampling. Our FFI Tactical division provides cutting-edge tactical equipment for EOD, bomb squads, law enforcement, […]
Field Forensics’ ruggedized HandyRam™ is a latest generation handheld Raman spectroscopy instrument that identifies illicit narcotics, controlled drugs, explosives, pharmaceutical ingredients and a wide range of other substances. Thousands of compounds are available in FFI’s spectral libraries. It is the smallest ruggedized Raman device on the market today and yet is incredibly powerful with features that larger systems do not have, including Rapid Laser Spin (RLS™), which dramatically improves safety when analyzing energetic materials. HandyRam™ features a durable and waterproof […]
FFI Tactical now offers the the microTLC™ – Thin Layer Chromatography system, the perfect complement to colorimetric explosives and drug test kits. The microTLC™ analyzes forensic and environmental samples to detect and identify explosives, illicit drugs, insecticides, pesticides and other targets in samples taken from surfaces, liquids and solids – in the laboratory and in the field. The microTLC™ offers increased selectivity, compared to colorimetric tests.
FFI Tactical now offers the Field Forensics ULTRA-HME™, a field kit with colorimetric tests to identify chemical materials used in making home-made explosives (HME), including metals. The ULTRA-HME™ kit can identify the widest range of HME materials, compared with other field test products, and is an extension of the field proven ULTRA™ and IDEX™ test kits, which are successfully used by elite military and police units around the world. With ULTRA-HME™ users can detect and identify dozens of explosives and […]
St. Petersburg, FL – July 20, 2014: Field Forensics (FFI) announces that the editors of R&D Magazine have selected the microTLC™ as a winner of the 52nd annual R&D100 Award, an international competition that recognizes the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the marketplace over the past year. The R&D100 Awards recognize excellence across a wide range of industries, including telecommunications, optics, high-energy physics, materials science, chemistry and biotechnology. FFI developed microTLC™ in cooperation with scientists from the Lawrence […]