Chemical Agent Disclosure Spray

Agentase C2

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Agentase C2 chemical agent disclosure spray (ADS) is the most sensitive detection technology available. It complements electronic sensors by providing the ability to map chemical agent contamination for emergency response missions, as well as aid in the decontamination of personnel or equipment after exposure to CWAs, specifically nerve agents (G- & V-series) and sulfur mustard (HD). Agentase C2 can be used at many stages of the hazard management process to minimize spread of contamination.

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  • Most Sensitive Chemical Point Detector

    Detects sub-microgram levels of chemical agents within five minutes and reveals exact location of agent on surface

  • Complements Other Chemical Sensing Technologies

    Non-destructive spray allows for sample extraction and analysis via GC/MS during forensic investigations

  • Multi-Purpose and Easy-to-Use

    Spray options include standard, forensic, fluorescent, and cold weather and are offered in two applicator sizes; one-hour training

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System Overview
Application Time
Handheld Applicator: 30 seconds / m2 Backpack Applicator: < 3 minutes / HMMWV Cart-Based Applicator: <3 minutes / HMMWV
Enzyme formulations include: nerve agent (V- & G-series) and blister agent (HD); training disclosure spray also available
Cold Weather Additive
Lowers operating temp of nerve agent and training formulations to -4 °F (-20 °C)
Life Expectancy
12 hr operational pot-life once prepared; 8 hrs at 104 °F (40 °C ); shelf-life >3 yrs when stored below 77 °F (25 °C)
Operating Conditions
The response must be read under white light (standard) or UV-light (fluorescent additive and forensic version)
Operating Temp & Humidity
Nerve agent and training formulation: 32 to 113 °F (0 to 45 °C); blister agent formulation: 23 to 113 °F (-5 to 45 °C) 0-100%
Storage Temperature
Store at room temp out of direct sunlight; product expiration is indicated by temp-time indicator on packaging
Dispose in accordance with local policies for non-hazardous aqueous waste
Water Source
Handheld applicator: water included; large-scale consumable:tap water ≤250 ppm calcium carbonate and treated for chlorine (chlorine treatment included)
Physical Features
Setup Time
Handheld Applicator: < 5 minutes Large-Scale Consumable Kit: < 15 minutes
Spray Volume
Handheld Applicator: 0.5L Large-Scale Consumable Kit: 2 Gal
Surface Compatibility
Large variety of materials, won't degrade sensitive surfaces
Surface Coverage
Handheld Applicator: 5-7m2 Large-Scale Consumable Kit: 75 -12 0m2, 2-3 HMMW Vs
Handheld Applicator: Max 1.2 lbs (0.54 kg) Large-Scale Consumable Kit: 2.6 lbs (1.2kg)
Cold Start Time
< 3 mins
Handheld Applicator: N/A Backpack Applicator: Compressed air, 4000 psi SCBA or hand powered versions available Cart-Based Applicator: Compressed air, 4000 psi SCBA, 120 psi compressor, LMTV compatible
Sampling & Analysis
Sample Introduction
Spray directly onto surface
Sample Phase
Surface-based detection
Sampling & Analysis
Detection within 5 mins
System Interface
Display & Alerts
Colorimetric sensor response; Standard nerve agent and training spray is yellow when applied to a surface and surface changes to red within 5 mins if contaminated; blister agent spray is applied red and changes to yellow if clean but stays red if contaminated; forensic spray is translucent when applied and contamination is visible under UV-light
Fluorescent Additive
Enhances visual response of standard spray under challenging lighting conditions or surfaces when used with UV-light
Training Requirements
< 1 hour; no special skills required
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Agentase C2