Kromek CBRNE Homeland Security products

Security screening and nuclear threat detection products can mean the difference between life and death: we have the products you can rely on to keep you and your citizens safe whatever your mission.

Kromek CBRNE Homeland Security products range from wearable gamma radiation detectors to x-ray baggage scanner cameras.
Our range of ready to deploy CBRNE products address the needs of border protection, transport infrastructure security, hazmat response, military and defence, Homeland Security and event protection.

Kromek Group plc designs, develops and produces x-ray and gamma-ray imaging and radiation detection products for the medical, CBRNe security, Homeland Security and civil nuclear radiation detection markets.

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