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Electronic Sensor Technology Inc announces the receipt of a 7 unit order from China
Electronic Sensor Technology Inc, announced it had received an order for 1 model 4500 and 6 model 4200 zNOSE instruments from Beijing R & D, its Chinese Distributor.
“Beijing R&D has been promoting the zNOSE beyond the traditional market of pollution control and university research. This new order is the first fruit to be harvested from their effort. We look forward to developing new markets in security and food safety with Beijing R&D.” said Dr. Lim, CEO of Electronic Sensor Technology Inc.
The zNOSE is a very versatile, ultra-fast Gas Chromatograph (GC). It is used in medical research to detect trace amounts of volatile organic compounds found in human breath that are associated with specific diseases and the patients state of health. The zNOSE is also used to identify volatile organic compounds in trace amounts for detection of explosives, chemical warfare agents, illegal drugs and adulterants in foods. For more information, please visit our website at www.estcal.com.
About Electronic Sensor Technology:
Founded in 1995, Electronic Sensor Technology has developed and patented a chemical vapor analysis process. EST's product provides near real time analysis of gasses detecting volatile organic compounds in amounts as low a one part per trillion. EST's product has been shown to detect salmonella and e-coli contamination of food sources; chemical warfare agents such as Sarin and Agent Orange and Chemical pollutants in the environment.
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