uniSCAN® EMILI SERIES | LIQUID HAZARD DETECTION SYSTEMS

 
The EMILI series offers unprecedented liquid identification and liquid thread detection capability with emphasis on high throughput and ease of use.

We are technology leader in microwave liquid sensing, enabled by our partner-ships with world leading research institutions like Forschungszentrum Juelich (www.fz-juelich.de) in Germany and Imperial College London (www.imperial.ac.uk) in the United Kingdom.

 
 
uniSCAN EMELI 3 – the latest EMISENS release – is the flagship of the EMILI series.

Combining dual- mode sensor technology with infrared and gravimetric analysis leads to unprecedented performance – without compromising the high throughput and ease of use inherent to the uniSCAN EMILI 3 series.

uniSCAN EMILI 3 is compliant with the highest international standard for LEDs (liquid explosive detection systems) by the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC Standard 3).
 
uniSCAN EMILI 3 is the ultimate stand-alone solution for airports of any size. We recommend placing uniSCAN EMILI 3 at front of the X-ray hand luggage inspection or in the airport lobby for clearing liquid containers prior to entering security checks.
  • False alarms: < 1% for waters, soft drinks,
    baby food 5% for spirits, perfumes, body care
  • All container types including metals
  • Inspection time: 1 – 3 seconds per bottle,
    2 seconds refresh time
  • One hand operation, no push bottom to start inspection
  • Touch screen interface, menu driven for user input and operation
  • Minimal training requirement
  • Data recording and network capability
  • Low maintenance and running costs
  • Alcohol content detection on request
uniSCAN EMILI 3 is available from January 2016.



uniSCAN EMILI 2


Due to the class leading detection speed and ease of use of the uniSCAN LIQUID HAZARD DETECTION (LHD) systems they are ideally suited for high throughput lanes at airport security check points. Situated as the frontline device, delays can be minimized.
 
uniSCAN LHD can be used stand alone or in conjunction with other equipment for false alarm resolution. It provides a most economic solution together with minimal maintenance and low ongoing operation costs. Being small and light it can be moved or relocated as required.
 
uniSCAN LHD prime detection is based on a patented multimode RF near field sensor technology. The properties of the liquid are measured noninvasively through the container wall ensuring that the container can remain sealed. Liquids are distinguished according to their dielectric permittivity, molecular relaxation and ionic conductivity.
  • Exceptionally fast
  • Ideally suited for high throughput
  • Simple and easy to use
  • Minimal maintenance
  • Low running costs
  • Touch screen operation
  • Large & irregular shaped containers
  • Can analyze containers in STEBs
  • Small footprint
  • Lightweight
  • uniSCAN LHD TS with additional false alarm resolution
  • H2O vs. H2O2 distinction
 



uniSCAN EMILI TS


Due to the class leading detection speed and ease of use of the uniSCAN LIQUID HAZARD DETECTION (LHD) systems they are ideally suited for high throughput lanes at airport security check points. Situated as the frontline device, delays can be minimized.
 
uniSCAN LHD can be used stand alone or in conjunction with other equipment for false alarm resolution. It provides a most economic solution together with minimal maintenance and low ongoing operation costs. Being small and light it can be moved or relocated as required.
 
uniSCAN LHD prime detection is based on a patented multimode RF near field sensor technology. The properties of the liquid are measured noninvasively through the container wall ensuring that the container can remain sealed. Liquids are distinguished according to their dielectric permittivity, molecular relaxation and ionic conductivity.
  • All container types including metals
  • Inspection time: 1 second per bottle, 2 seconds refresh time
  • One hand operation, no push bottom to start inspection
  • Touch screen interface, menu driven for user input and operation
  • Data recording and network capability
  • Minimal training requirement
  • Low maintenance and running costs