Our Australian partner J3Seven will be showcasing ChemProX, new generation handheld chemical detector, at Land Forces, International Land Defence Exposition. Visit our local partner at stand GC11!

ChemProX, new generation handheld chemical detector, is the latest handheld chemical detector by Environics. Military and civil defence organizations from over 10 nations have already selected this chemical detector for detection and classification of CWAs and TICs.

ChemProX was officially released on 26th of June 2019 and the first units were delivered from Environics headquarters facilities located in Mikkeli in February 2020.

ChemProX is a reliable instrument for chemical detection operations based on a 30-year–experience, and enabling full situational-awareness on the field. In addition, it also discards the need for extra training devices or expensive simulators, by featuring an in-built training mode.

J3Seven is Australia’s leading CBRNE and exploitation experts. With over 65 years of real-world field experience, J3Seven has a deep understanding of the operator, equipment, and environmental interfaces. This means J3Seven is perfectly positioned to provide Australia’s first responders, military forces, border control and other security agencies with tomorrow’s cutting-edge solutions to meet the demands of today’s challenges.

J3Seven staff at the stand will be able to provide further information about the product’s features, versatily, and applications, utilizing demo units for showcasing the main functions of the device.

There are multiple ways of utilizing ChemProX such as: single use, group use, perimeter monitoring network use, unmanned ground and air vehicles use (Unmanned Ground and Air Vehicles), and for training purposes using the device’s in-built software and a simulation source set.

LAND FORCES International Land Defence Exposition is the region’s premier international land defence exposition, showcasing equipment, technology and services for the armies of Australia and the Indo-Asia-Pacific.

View exhibition official page.