Why is testing a piece of contraband detection equipment important and even encouraged before law enforcement agencies make a purchase? Many renowned companies, such as Campbell/Harris Security Equipment (CSECO), allow testing their line of equipment to ensure that they are in good working condition and that they will meet the needs of the agency or group purchasing them.
Testing their equipment plays a crucial role for all manufacturers to ensure quality and consistency in every facet of the business – from the raw materials to the finished product. Most of these manufacturing companies allow their potential clients and end-users to test the equipment before purchasing them. It also means putting the best interest of their clients who would like to spend their hard-earned money on their products.
As for CSECO, the company provides its clients with all the training they need after purchasing its products such as the Buster K910G Density Meter and the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System. However, at times, CSECO also provides testing of their contraband detection products to their potential clients before they purchase them.
CSECO has at least a couple of ways to test their equipment before purchase. One of the ways is at trade shows, conventions, or conferences where CSECO is at attendance. CSECO brings the entire CT-40 Contraband Team Detection Kit to show that it is a working kit and offers anyone at the show the chance to test and demo the equipment right there in person. The staff is also available to come out to a location for an in-person demonstration of the equipment, as well.
Another way for CSECO to allow potential buyers to test its equipment is by sponsoring general interdiction training around the country. CSECO’s contraband detection equipment is available for testing and demonstration in all of its sponsored general training. The equipment is demonstrated by experienced and professional interdiction officers themselves, who have used CSECO’s products with great success.
CSECO is the manufacturer of the high-quality contraband detection equipment such as the CT-40 Contraband Team Inspection Kit. Thanks to these products, drug interdiction agents and customs and border patrol officers can get results quickly and accurately while detecting vehicles for hidden contraband. The Buster alone is responsible for the seizure and confiscation of billions of dollars’ worth of narcotics, illegal substances, cash and other types of contraband.
If you would like to know more about how to get access to CSECO’s contraband detection equipment or other products for testing and demonstration, you can reach CSECO at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling them at 510-864-8010.