Buster Density Meter and Contraband Detector Kit
The K910G will functionally be the same as our previous Buster with new safety features included. The radioactive source is now at 25% smaller than any other density meter and all lead components have been removed, making the K910G by far the safest and most environmentally friendly model on the market. The Buster K910G will also now come with a two year free warranty!
"The Buster is dependable, easy to use, and damn-near indestructible." Sergeant Tony Viator, Narcotics Task Force
The Buster K910G Density Meter uses a low intensity gamma radiation emitter and scintillation detector to quickly scan vehicles or residences for hidden contraband. The Buster density meter and contraband detector is designed to allow an inspector to determine whether a suspect vehicle tests positive for contraband in less than 5 minutes and allows them to scan the average room in less than 10 minutes.
Unlike millimeter wave, radio wave, ultra-violet or microwave technologies the Buster density meter and contraband detector can identify concealed items through material, wood, metal, or reinforced plastics without causing damage to the items being inspected. The Buster was developed with direct input from actual US Customs and Border Protection officials and is known for its durability, reliability and dependability. Currently, the contraband detection equipment is used by the US State Department, the Department of Homeland Security, federal, state and local law enforcement along with the US Customs and Border Protection as well as international law enforcement officials.
The Buster density meter and contraband detector has the ability to use both visual and audible readouts to alert users to the presence of contraband. The Buster can quickly zero in on the specific location of concealed drugs, weapons, cash or collectibles so they can be seized and kept off the streets. Trained interdiction officers using the Buster K910G Density Meter have averaged confiscations of over $250,000 per year.
Comparison of Buster K910G to other contraband detectors
|Buster K910G||Competitor X|
|Depth of reading||6 inches (15 .2 cm)||6 inches (15.2 cm)|
|Source type||Barium 133||Barium 133|
|Source size||7.5 microcuries (.28MBq)||10 microcuries (.37MBq)|
|Radiation detection feature||Rad-Aware®||"survey"|
|Scan rate||0.02 seconds/reading||0.02 seconds/reading|
|Multiple scanning modes||3 - Raw, Scan, Zero Scan||3 - Inspect, Calibration, Test|
|Calibration time||~15 seconds||30 seconds|
|Calibration block||Required & Included||Required & Included|
|Digital numerical display||Yes||Yes|
|Pushbutton backlight display||Yes||Yes|
|Low battery indicator||Yes||Yes|
|Battery||1 x 9V alkaline||2 x AA alkaline|
|Battery life||6 -12 months||6 months|
|Dimensions||5.5 x 2.5 x 2.5" (140 x 64 x 64 mm)||6.0 x 3.0 x 1.75" (152.4 x 76.2 x 44.45 mm)|
|Weight||2.4 lbs (1.1 kg)||1.6 lbs (0.7kg)|
|Market Experience/ Utilization||Market leader 25+ years||N/A|
|Customers||100+ countries including US Govt &
Note: Information obtained from internet. Information freely available on manufacturers web site.
Buster K910G Density Meter with RAD-AWARE
The Buster K910G Density Meter is now equipped with Rad-Aware® radiation detection technology that allows first responders to establish safe perimeters in the event of a dirty-bomb detonation or other radioactive release.
State and local law enforcement agencies may obtain assistance to acquire the Buster and the complete CT–40 or CT-30 Contraband Team Inspection Kits through grants provided by the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). To learn more about the availability of grants to purchase the Buster Density Meter or other contraband detection equipment, visit our Grants page.
Learn more about the Buster K910G Density Meter and Contraband Detector Kit by going here.
Buster-on-a-Stick Extension Pole
There are times when law enforcement officers need to scan hard-to-reach areas such as the underside of a vehicle. Another difficult to reach area would be the upper portion on a transport trailer that is filled to capacity. It would take hours to unload a truck to inspect each box or crate. Law enforcement officers are able to scan these areas by attaching the Buster density meter and contraband detector to the telescoping ‘stick.’ The "Buster-on-a-Stick" allows you to reach areas previously inaccessible.