Is Your Density Meter Sturdy Like the Buster

A density meter is a piece of high-quality/high-performance equipment that law enforcement needs to work properly for contraband detection. One quality they look for when they consider purchasing a density meter are its strength and durability. The Buster K910B Density Meter from Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) has these qualities.

But first, let's get down to the basics that have made the Buster famous and the most reliable density meter on the market. The Buster was created in the 1980s by CSECO founder Patrick J. Campbell with input from no less than Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents. Knowing who was responsible of the creation of the Buster is already an assurance that it is a high-quality product which was created out of the research and proficiency of the experts in the contraband detection field.

Not to be discounted, of course, is the sophisticated technology that the Buster K910B brings. It uses a low-intensity gamma radiation and scintillation detector that allows for much versatile, quicker and more accurate searches for hidden contraband. Is your contraband detector able to scan a variety of materials from wood to metal to even more organic matter like soil and water? Does your equipment have the ability to scan quickly while at the same time retaining its accuracy?

Does the contraband detector you currently use detect radiation? Well, the Buster K910B is equipped with RAD-Aware® technology, which allows first responders to establish safety perimeters for other agents and civilians, keeping them out of harm's way.

The Buster is designed to withstand the rigors of everyday inspections. It can scan on any part of vehicles of any type or size. It can also be used to scan walls, furniture, massive containers such as shipping containers, and many other materials. It is resistant to scratches and can tolerate a variety of conditions. Although used mostly around cars and other vehicles that pass through borders or checkpoints, the Buster's high performance and durability enables it to be used in different locations and at any time of the day. It is easily used indoors or outdoors, in daylight or at night (or in darkest locations, thanks to its powerful LCD display and audible alarm); the Buster will serve its purpose well, anytime, anywhere. That's how sturdy and reliable the Buster is.

In some cases, the Buster can identify the presence of contraband but it cannot be inserted in narrower or smaller areas such as gas tanks, inside vehicle vents, or spaces between walls. This is where other contraband and narcotics detection equipment is needed.

For this, CSECO's newest product, the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System will make detection easier. Better than most fiberscopes on the market, this one-piece contraband detector can be inserted or poked into small or narrow spaces. It has a 5-inch color LCD display with push-button dimming and digital zoom that provides better resolution than most leading fiberscopes. This will lead to clearer visual inspections, and the included light, helps users take clearer pictures or videos while doing their inspections. Plus, it's certified safe by the Underwriters Laboratory, which means the Perfect Vision V20 Videoscope Inspection System can be used even in dangerous locations such as fuel tanks.

Most law enforcement agents, including the US Customs and Border Protection use, trust and recommend the Buster K910B Density Meter from CSECO for its efficiency, reliability and strength. Discover more about the density meter by sending your questions to info@cseco.com.

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Tony Harris, President and CEO, and Pat Campbell, founder, of CSECO explain about the Buster density meter and other contraband detectors.

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