Homemade explosives (HMEs) are not a new threat to responders. TATP has been used in recent bombing and suicide attacks, because it is relatively easy to make from commonly available household ingredients. In FLIR PRIMED episode 15, Grant Coffey uncovers what to watch for when responding to a suspected HME lab and how you can stay safe. Watch episode 15 and download the free application note: “Detection of TATP using a Handheld Explosives Trace Detector.”
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