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Agilent Resolve Raman Handheld Through-Barrier Identification

When you're dealing with hazardous materials, there's no margin for error. The Agilent Resolve system gives you accurate identification of chemicals and mixtures through sealed opaque containers, reducing the risks involved and improving operational efficiency.

  • Identification through opaque and colored plastics, dark glass, paper, and fabric
  • No need to open or disturb suspect objects
  • No risk of exposure to hazardous narcotics like fentanyl
  • Explosion risks are significantly reduced through unique laser technology
The Hazmat Guys' podcast The Hazmat Guys' podcast

The Hazmat Guys interview Agilent expert Dr Eric Roy, who talks about the spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) technology behind the Agilent Resolve system.

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Experience the power of unknown material identification through opaque containers and see just how easy the Agilent Resolve system is to use.

On demand webinar: Raman Techniques in Emergency HazMat Response

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Listen to this webinar with Dr. Matthew Smith, Scientific Senior Officer at Queensland Fire and Emergency Services to learn how spectroscopic techniques are being used in emergency hazmat scenarios to increase the safety of first responders. This session focuses on novel SORS (Spatial Offset RAMAN) and SERS (Surface Enhanced RAMAN) applications for unknown chemical and narcotic identification.

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Get an insight into the Agilent Resolve system's capabilities in handheld detection of explosives, narcotics, and hazardous materials through sealed, opaque containers.

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Download our brochure and find out more about the key features and benefits of the Agilent Resolve system.

Application Notes Download Application Notes

Download our series of Application Notes, which describe how Resolve is deployed in through-barrier detection of explosives (including primary explosives), hazardous narcotics (e.g. fentanyl), and other hazardous materials in unopened opaque containers.