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Is a Density Meter Used to Detect Narcotics Accurate?

It is very important that a density meter, which interdiction officers and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents use, should be accurate in locating contraband. This is needed because if the density meter is not accurate in pinpointing the presence of narcotics or other contraband, then the results will be doubtful. It could hamper any legal actions against the parties who are being accused of smuggling narcotics or other contraband types.

Due to the escalating incidences of smuggling drugs and contraband, it is necessary to have an trustworthy contraband detecting tool. Thanks to high technology, we have more sophisticated, easy-to-use, and portable contraband detectors that have the astonishing ability to locate even minute particles of drug residue. These tools are sold by several institutions and organizations at competitive prices, and many of them are quite reliable, durable, and fully functional. However, the Buster K910B Density Meter is considered the “gold standard” by Customs and Border Protection agents and law enforcement.

Detecting narcotics and other contraband can be done by either bulk detectors or trace detectors. Bulk detectors will show hoards of narcotics, other illegal substances, or other contraband. Trace detectors, on the other hand, will show when items have been carried by the ones who have also carried narcotics. Some contraband detection tools are able to identify tiny bits of drugs or even fumes. Such detection tools will greatly enable interdiction officers to know when a closer investigation is warranted.

Most contraband detection tools function by scanning for density. One of these tools is the Buster K910B Density Meter from Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO). The company also manufactures other contraband detection tools that allow for a much closer inspection and actual visibility of the materials or spaces inspected, such as the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope Inspection System. CSECO also makes probe kits which allow law enforcement officers to probe into many kinds of materials suspected of hiding contraband. When these tools are used separately, officers will have a higher likelihood of finding concealed contraband such as narcotics and illegal substances. But when used together, they make an unbeatable combination!

Since CBP agents and interdiction officers are fully experienced in the typical density of both regular items and contraband ones, the Buster sends the positive indication that there may be something hidden beneath the materials or surfaces being scanned — whether they be a luggage, vehicle, furniture, containers, and many others. To allow interdiction officers to scan the more inaccessible areas, they can use the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope. This one-piece tool features an articulated fiberscope which is also equipped with a built-in LED light as well as a camera, which can take both photos and videos. In case the videoscope cannot penetrate into the material being inspected, CSECO’s metal probe sticks will do the job. Designed with grooves, these probe sticks can be inserted to withdraw and obtain which may also be examined to verify whether this sample is an illegal substance or isn’t.

When interdiction agents use the Buster, the Perfect Vision® V20 Videoscope, and the probe sticks separately, they already provide accurate results. But when officers use them along with any of the other tools, the chances of accurate reading is increased until there is very little or no room for inaccuracies.

Now, here’s the question — does your current density meter and other contraband detection tool you use provide accurate results? Maybe you have realized that the equipment you’re using is not quite up to your expectations as far as accuracy is concerned. Go to CSECO for top-of-the-line, world-class contraband detection equipment including the Buster, the “gold standard” density meter, and you will never have to worry about inaccurate results ever again.