We are the manufacturers of the “CEK Fiberscope Inspection Kit” and “CEK-R Video Inspection Kit” which are the up-to-date competitors to older generation fiberscopes & Videoscopes being used in kits designed over 30 years ago. Our equipment is world renowned for incorporating the latest technological advances available in contraband detection, we have the strongest, safest, most reliable and the easiest to use equipment on the market today.
We have the world’s only field repairable fiber scope and videoscope (repairable by the end user should the articulating wires break), our scope only weighs 2.2 lbs/1 kg. Vs competitors’ scopes which are 8 lbs/3.6 kg, our scopes have the world’s only damage resistant tip that has not failed under normal conditions ever.
We have the world’s only Density Meter which displays a moving graph as well as digital output and which is water resistant to IPV56, NRC Exempt Radiation Safety License, Mil Spec 810-G , ISO 9000 , ROHS Compliant, saves 100 scans in memory and downloadable via USB to a computer.
Our CEK and CEK-R kits have been purchased in large quantities by the Defense Dept. for “Sandy Areas”, the G 20 Security Detail used our kits, while the USGOV has purchased many of our CEK Kits over the last year for far flung destinations.
We were in attendance at the recent DEA Conference and have heard from many end users and DEA agents complaining about our competitor’s poor quality and substandard performance, that their equipment breaks very easily, especially the Fiberscopes and Videoscopes whose tips break with minimal use. We have heard complaints from end users in Central America who purchased competitors kits and within 6 months or so returned many of the scopes for repair at a contract cost of over $20,000 and even more were returned to be repaired for a further $4,300 after that.
Bottom Line is the US Taxpayer paid 13% more for repairs to the substandard equipment within six months of the original purchase.
– “The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten” – Benjamin Franklin.