This detection device company has created thousands of different kinds of mass spectrometry devices since its inception in 2012. Many people in many different sectors of law enforcement have used their battery-operated and handheld detection tools for varying kinds of detrimental exposure. Strong enough to handle and exceed military expectations, their devices’ immediate reactions in the field make this detection device company a trusted source for measuring potential toxic exposure. Their over 100 employees have been delivering these sensors to other people in the field with the latest technology available in the toughest form available.
Using an ultra high performance plastic resin to make the housing for the device, this detection device company increased the durability of the device through several factors, however the following two were most important:
- Superior chemical resistance
- High heat resistance
- Electrical resistivity
Despite this particular resin’s difficult nature, the operators at Seaway-Wright molded the parts then shielded them to increase the inner electronics’ integrity. Using a more commodity type resin for this product would have sacrificed much of the assembly’s complete features as well as the product’s endurance. With an inexperienced molder, this resin’s likelihood of warping and shrinking would have increased and may have compromised the end result.