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Liquid explosive detection systems for aviation security

Liquid explosive detection systems approved by Department for Transport for use in aviation security.

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Approved liquid explosive detection systems (LEDS)

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Liquid explosive detection systems (LEDS) detect explosive material that is in liquid form. This document lists the LEDS approved by the Department for Transport for use in aviation security.

Published 19 August 2013
Last updated 9 October 2018 + show all updates
  1. Equipment configurations added by Kumahira, Smiths Detection and Nuctech.
  2. New equipment is added from Nuctech and Smiths Detection.
  3. Approved liquid explosive detection systems list updated.
  4. List of approved liquid explosive detection systems for use in aviation security.
  5. List of approved liquid explosive detection systems updated.
  6. New security screening equipment for Liquid explosives detection systems (LEDS) updated.
  7. Security screening equipment approved in February 2016 by the European Civil Aviation Conference for liquids explosive detection systems.
  8. Amendments to the Liquid explosive detection systems.
  9. Updated with new equipment approved by the European Civil Aviation Conference.
  10. New equipment approved by the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) on 28 July 2015.
  11. Updated with new aviation security equipment recently approved for operation use by DfT and the European Civil Aviation Conference.
  12. Updated approved equipment list.
  13. First published.