Guidance

Screening liquids less than 100ml: equipment

Liquid explosive detection systems (LEDS) approved by Department for Transport for screening small volumes of liquids in aviation security.

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Approved small volume liquid explosive detection systems (LEDS)

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Small volume liquid explosive detection systems are used to screen containers of liquids which are of less than 100ml in volume.

Published 19 August 2013
Last updated 10 October 2018 + show all updates
  1. Equipment configuration added from Agilent Technologies, ICX Nomadics name changed to FLIR and approval clarification for Precision Laboratories Liquid Explosive Test Strips and Smiths Sabre EXV.
  2. Two new sets of equipment added from Agilent.
  3. Approved small volume liquid explosive detection systems list updated.
  4. Amendments to approved small volume liquid explosive detection systems (LEDS).
  5. First published.