Falcon helps beat the habit
Falcon Consultancy & Cranfield University include Schedule One narcotics to their narcotics detector testing and evaluation portfolio
Falcon Consultancy further developed their independent detector testing service by offering narcotics samples, including Schedule One narcotics, for independent narcotics detector testing and evaluation.
Falcon, in conjunction with Cranfield University, already offer a first class independent detector testing facility for explosive and TIC/CWA detectors. This unique service includes testing and certification to the ASTM international standard, as well as unrivalled flexibility in meeting clients bespoke requirements. From confidential assistance in early stage detector development through to certification and dissemination of market ready products, Falcon works with you to get your detector to the desired audience.
For explosives, narcotics, TIC’s and CWA’S the service includes:
• Comprehensive reports for each stage of testing (received within one month of testing)
• ASTM certificate (if applicable)
• Targeted market analysis (on request)
• Press release on the CBRNe World website (optional)
• Press release in CBRNe World magazine (optional)
• Photos of all stages of testing for marketing purposes
Andrew Johnston, Principal Scientist for the service, stated: “We are excited about being able to increase our testing capability to include the most dangerous drugs. We pride ourselves on listening to our clients and this latest addition is testament to that as it was born out of customer requests. It is a difficult time to develop and launch new detectors, especially for smaller companies trying to gain traction in a crowded marketplace, and we tailor our services to suit most budgets. Our links to CBRNe World magazine gives a unique opportunity to disseminate the detectors performance to a worldwide readership and help get your detector on the map. The customer gets to be with us throughout the testing process and (in most cases) gets to take their detector home with them at the end of the day!”
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