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Safran's Morpho Supplies Advanced Explosives Detection Solutions To China

Morpho Detection, part of Morpho, Safran SA's (SAFRF.PK) security business, announced Wednesday that it has supplied more than 500 Itemiser explosives trace detectors or ETD and 30 CTX explosives detection systems or EDS to screen passengers, carry-on luggage and hold baggage for explosives at airports throughout China.

Morpho said its CTX family of EDS helps airports screen hold baggage faster and with fewer false alarms in the most challenging airport environments. Morpho's Itemiser family of ETD systems, used for checkpoint screening and hold baggage alarm resolution, can detect and identify traces of explosives on skin, clothing, carried items, bags, vehicles and other surfaces.

Morpho is currently present in more than 80 airports throughout China.

Morpho's CTX 5800 and CTX 9800 DSi EDS are certified to screen hold baggage by the Civil Aviation Administration of China, U.S. Transportation Security Administration and are approved by the European Civil Aviation Conference as meeting Standard 3 requirements.

Morpho's Itemiser 3 Enhanced ETD is certified by CAAC for screening passengers and baggage in China.

by RTT Staff Writer

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