Campbell/Harris Security Equipment Company (CSECO) is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of handheld contraband detection equipment. The first product they developed and manufactured was the Buster K910B Density Meter and contraband detector.
CSECO released the newer and more updated version of the previous Buster K910B – the Buster K910G Density Meter – in 2016.
In terms of functionality, the K910G will be the same as the previous Buster. The K910G still uses the low-intensity gamma radiation emitter and scintillation detector to scan vehicles or structures for hidden contraband quickly.
The Buster’s technology can identify various types of concealed items (ranging from drugs and narcotics to weapons and explosives) through wood, metal, and reinforced plastic. One of the best things about the Buster is that it can detect the hidden contraband without damaging the material being scanned. The search results are quick and efficient.
Like the previous Buster K910B, the K910G has the same RAD-AWARE radiation detection technology that allows first responders to establish safe perimeters in the event of a dirty bomb detonation or another radioactive release. Not only will law enforcement remain safer, but they will also help keep the general public safe.
The Buster now made better – and safer!
CSECO has made improvements to the Buster by making it safer both for the user and the environment. All the Buster’s lead-based components have been removed, and its radioactive source is now 25% smaller than any other density meter on the market. The Buster still performs quickly and accurately.
Despite the RAD-AWARE radiation detection feature, the Buster is developed to allow the user to detect traces of radioactive material safely. It’s because of the Buster’s significantly reduced radioactive source, which means less radiation exposure for the user and the environment.
The Buster density meter and contraband detector is also equipped with the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) license. This license means you do not need to notify the state health department when owning and using the Buster. Also, there’s no documentation required by CSECO, the user, or the state when transferring or disposing of the Buster. The user can also safely dispose of the Buster anywhere after removing the radiation label.
For more than 30 years, the Buster has remained unsurpassed when it comes to contraband detection. It has also proven to be the safest density meter for both users and the environment.