Reducing contraband in the facility ultimately makes the environment safer for officers, staff and inmates.
FAIRFIELD, NJ (PRWEB) March 10, 2015
Autoclear, a global designer and manufacturer of innovative security screening equipment, today announced it has been awarded a contract with the State of Tennessee to supply and install more than 40 X-ray scanners to screen for threats and contraband.
Three Autoclear X-ray inspection systems – the 5333, 6040 and 7555 – will be installed over the next two years at numerous correctional facilities within the state.
“Personal items, letters and packages can be cleared more quickly with X-ray imaging than by manual inspection,” said John Fenwick, vice president of sales for Autoclear. “Reducing contraband, such as drugs, sharpened items and cell phone SIM cards, in the facility ultimately makes the environment safer for officers, staff and inmates.”
The systems had to meet rigorous performance standards and provide a number of image enhancement features to aid operators in detecting potential threats and contraband. Autoclear X-ray inspection systems offer high image quality, a full size keyboard for easy operation and a small footprint design.
Autoclear delivers innovative and affordable security screening systems using cutting-edge imaging and detection technology for checkpoint, mail, people and cargo screening applications. Threats detected include explosives, weapons, contraband and narcotics. Our brands include Autoclear X-ray inspection systems, Scintrex trace detectors and Fed-Labs metal detectors. An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, Autoclear has over 66,000 installations in more than 170 countries. Autoclear is a privately held company headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey, USA, with worldwide sales and support. For more than 75 years Autoclear has been proudly serving the military, government and private industry for their security needs. Visit http://www.a-clear.com to learn more.