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BioFlash® Biological Identifier

The BioFlash® pathogen detection platform uses our CANARY® detection technology combined with proprietary aerosol collection techniques to provide a low-risk, cost-effective solution to biological sampling and identification.

Breakthrough Capabilities

Through CANARY® Detection technology, our BioFlash® Biological Identifier provides rapid, sensitive and specific identification of up to 21 biological threat agents and pathogens, including toxins. Our most common discs test for the 6 major threat agents: Anthrax (bacilus anthracis), Black Plague, Botulism, Ricin, Smallpox, and Tuleremia. 

The portable design, durability and high-volume, high-performance aerosol sampler of the BioFlash®  enable it to be used in both indoor and outdoor applications. You can test the air quality quickly and easily wherever you are.

The BioFlash® can also be configured as a stand-alone device, used in tiered detection architectures to include a trigger and confirmatory sampler, or as an integrated component subsystem. The portable, compact and easy to use BioFlash® Biological Identifier offers breakthrough capabilities in sampling performance.

Bioflash Pathogen Detection Platform
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Integrated aerosol sampling for high-efficiency sample collection

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Captures particles up to 10 microns in size

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Low operational and maintenance costs

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Compact and lightweight design

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Easy to use and decontaminate

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PCR levels of sensitivity and specificity

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Extremely low false-alarm rates

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Check out our applications to learn more about the wide range of markets and applications for the BioFlash® Pathogen Identifier.

Get In Touch

701 E Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Phone: 443.557.6150

Email: info@pathsensors.com

About PathSensors

At PathSensors we are committed to making the world a safer place. We are always excited to tackle new challenges, so please contact us to discuss collaborations or development projects.

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