Bertin’s teams are proud to announce the release of 2 new air sampling equipment for biological air monitoring or biological recognition missions:
– The Coriolis Compact: dry cyclonic collector intended for air monitoring in a biological threat context.
– The Coriolis Nano: ultra-portable electrostatic biological collector intended for armed forces’ personal exposure monitoring.
This new equipment is both easy to handle and transport and can also be embarked on drones or vehicles. It continuously collects and concentrates the biological agents of potential threats in the air, up to 8 hours. The particles collected can then be analyzed to ensure biological threat detection and identification. The Coriolis air samplers are the first part in the biological detection chain and provide the CBRN detection and identification equipment with well concentrated biological agents samples.
After some tests and validations with experienced CBRN teams including the US Army and some French specialists, the new Coriolis samplers are now available.