SureScan x1000 Achieves TSA 7.2 Certification

SureScan x1000 passes TSA 7.2 certification, making it the first and only to receive the highest certifications in both the US and Europe

BINGHAMTON, NY – October 31, 2017 – SureScan Corporation announced the x1000 Multi-Energy Explosive Detection System (MES-EDS) has achieved TSA 7.2 certification making it the first and only explosive detection system to pass the most advanced US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) testing requirements on a single platform.

The x1000, which recently entered production, achieved both the European and U.S. certifications in a 10-month period, having passed ECAC Standard 3.1 in February 2017. “We look forward to the success these achievements will help bring to the clients of SureScan,” said John Percival, President of SureScan. Percival also added, “These two certifications are key early steps in our long term roadmap to ensuring that our machine advancements provide protection for clients’ most important asset, the passenger. We are looking at raising the bar in terms of security for the market with our method of making advanced technology not only better for detecting future threats, but also ensure ease of use and maintainability for our airport clients.”

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About SureScan Corporation

The SureScan x1000 is next generation technology built for accurate detection, at an overall lower cost of ownership. It is a TSA 7.2 Certified and ECAC EDS Standard 3.1 Approved multi-energy static gantry explosive detection system for checked baggage screening. Through the application of advanced technology, the x1000 meets current detection demands and is adaptable to meet evolving threats. With innovative use of proven computed tomography and atomic number analysis, the x1000 delivers low false alarm rates, and a high level of accuracy. The combination of these features allows the x1000 to adapt, and future proofs the product throughout its life cycle.

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