Bruker is driven by the idea to always provide the best
technological solution for each analytical task.
Bruker is enabling scientists to make breakthrough
discoveries and develop new applications that improve
the quality of human life.
Bruker’s high-performance scientific instruments and
high-value analytical and diagnostic solutions enable
scientists to explore life and materials at molecular,
cellular and microscopic levels. In close cooperation
with our customers, Bruker is enabling innovation,
improved productivity and customer success in life
science molecular research, in applied and pharma
applications, in microscopy and nanoanalysis, and in
industrial applications, as well as in cell biology,
preclinical imaging, clinical phenomics and proteomics
research and clinical microbiology.
Today, worldwide more than 6,000 employees are
working on this permanent challenge at over 90
locations on all continents. Bruker continues to build
upon its extensive range of products and solutions, its
broad base of installed systems and a strong reputation
among its customers. Being one of the world's leading
analytical instrumentation companies, Bruker is strongly
committed to further fully meet its customers’ needs as
well as to continue to develop state-of-the-art
technologies and innovative solutions for today's
Our relationship with Bruker is as a dealer for their
CBRNE detection units which are used for fully
automated detection of all kinds of chemical, biothreat
agents (bacteria, viruses and toxins), radiological,
nuclear and explosion threats.
Their equipment is ideally suited for first responders,
military operatives and border security personnel.
Please see below some of their vast range of products.
The SVGps Radiation Survey Meter is a high precision, handheld system that uses a combination of Geiger-Mueller counting tubes and semiconductor detectors. The system includes a lightweight external probe that detects alpha-, beta-, gamma- and x-ray radiation simultaneously.
RAID-M 100 Plus
RAID-M Series hand-held Chemical Agent detectors are based on the well-established principle of Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS). They are designed to detect, search for and locate Chemical Warfare Agents (CWA) and Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TIC) on personnel, equipment, vehicles and on the ground. Two versions of RAID-M are offered. The RAID-M100 uses a low-level 63Ni source, whereas the RAID-MNR uses a non-radioactive high energy photoionisation (HEPI) source. Otherwise, both systems are externally identical, perform to the same detection limits and both use the same consumables for operation.