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Module C (Quizlet) 7

Technical Escort - Chemical Operations

TermDefinition
How is a pneumatic drum opening device differ from a hydraulic one? The pneumatic devices us compressed air, instead of water.
What are the pros to sampling with the glass thief sampler? Tool is cost effective, quick and disposable
M4A1 JCAD definition Portable, battery operated point sampling detector that continuously samples the air for gases and vapors, identifies CWAs vapors and issues visual and audible alarms in the event of detection
What are the two operating modes for a JCAD? Monitor and survey
Monitor-mode definition Takes samples of the environment every 5 seconds
Survey-mode definition Takes samples of the environment every second and can be used to check specific areas in cargo, equipment, personnel or facilities
What are the pros of operating a JCAD? Lightweight, hand portable, battery charged, two audible indicators for agent detection and equipment status
What are the pros of operating a JCAD? Detection cycle designed to conserve battery life, can be operated in PPE and can detect nerve and blister agents in vapor form
What kind of agents can the JCAD detect? Nerve and blister agents in vapor form
What technology does the JCAD use? Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS)
What are the limitations of the JCAD? Is a point source monitor, not intrinsically safe and cannot be submerged for decontamination
What does the TruDefender detect? CWAs, TICs, TIMs, explosives and their precursors, narcotics, contraband and mixtures of different materials
What are the limitations of the TruDefender? Shock or pressure sensitive materials can pose a hazard of explosion if mishandled and not certified to be intrinsically safe
What technology does the TruDefender use? Fourier Transform Infrared spectrometry (FTIR)
What is the maximum operating temperature range for the TruDefender? -4 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit
What is the maximum storage temperature range for the TruDefender? -22 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit
How long can it take for the colorimetric tubes to run point source detection? 10 seconds to 15 minutes
how many different chemical compounds can the HAZMAT kit tubes detect? Over 220 chemical compounds
What compounds can the First Defender detect? Petroleum products, pesticides, fertilizers, plastics, chemical weapons, explosives, propellants and illegal or legal drugs
What compounds can the First Defender detect? White powders (sugar, corn starch, chalk), mineral acids (sulfuric/nitric), inorganic substances, organometallics and ionic salts or ions
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