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Itemize

To individually state each item or article.

Frequently used in tax accounting, an itemized account or claim separately lists amounts that add up to the final sum of the total account on claim.

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Morpho Detection's Itemiser DX Trace Detector Certified for Air Cargo Screening by UK Department for Transport.
The company said that the Itemiser DX utilises Ion Trap Mobility Spectroscopy (ITMS) technology to simultaneously analyse both positive and negative ions from a single sample, providing unparalleled threat and contraband detection.
Swabs were taken from the hands of customers, which were then fed into the Itemiser for analysis, with results produced in seconds.
Itemiser 4DX is currently used to screen passengers and baggage at airport checkpoints throughout Germany to ensure compliance with new EU legislation for enhanced explosives screening.
This is the fourth delivery order awarded under the Itemiser DX Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) base contract and covers more than 1,200 additional Itemiser DX desktop explosives trace detection systems.
The pounds 25,000 tool known as the "itemiser" can break down the drugs found on a person's hand.
The new Itemiser FX is a direct-transfer traced-detection instrument that can simultaneously identify explosives and narcotics from a finger touch.
Contract Awarded for Transient maintenance of explosives trace detection equipment (etd) rapiscan (morpho) itemiser 4dx
Morpho (Safran),through its subsidiary Morpho Detection has announced the launch of its next-generation desktop explosives trace detector (ETD), Itemiser 4DX.
"Morpho is pleased United has selected the Itemiser DX for enhanced air cargo screening," said Karen Bomba, president and CEO, Morpho Detection.
The range of air cargo solutions provided by Morpho Detection includes the Itemiser DX desktop and MobileTrace handheld explosives detection units, CTX 5800 high-throughput, small-footprint EDS (from early 2011), CTX 9800 EDS and HRX X-ray scanners.
The latest crackdown is the second time the jail has borrowed a pounds 25,000 drugs testing machine called an Itemiser to check for traces of drugs on visitors' bodies.