The FRMSWB-04 is an easy to use and low-cost device for detecting Formaldehyde in Foods including Fish, Meats, Cheeses and Liquids. This detector can be purchased at, http://formaldehydetests.com/.
Appealing Products, Inc. also found higher than normal levels of Formaldehyde in locally purchased fish. Several media outlets have reported the findings.
We would like to thank the entire Appealing Products, Inc. team for helping with the News Release.
Appealing Product’s Inc. now has a low-cost detector for Formaldehyde. Users are able to easily detect Formaldehyde in Foods such as Fish, Meat, Cheese and Liquids. For more information, please visit; http://formaldehydetests.com/formaldehyde-swab-detector.
The NC Partnership for Defense Innovation held a competition for Fusion Grants to develop novel technology which can be used in both civilian and military applications. Appealing Products, Inc., (API), won first place in the competition out of the 24 companies that competed for the funds. API/ChemSee will receive $50,000. The announcement of the winner was made on April 20, 2011.
For more details on the award, see:
This grant will further API’s ability to provide state-of-the-art, flexible detection systems for toxic gases. For additional information on API’s toxic gas monitoring systems, please visit:
The new technology is not yet in the webpage. It uses sophisticated electronic and data systems in addition to the chemical detection technology.
Appealing Products, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of another member of its detection family: CyanideTest.com.
This site provides information and resources on cyanide exposure, poisoning and detection, as well as low-cost, simple tests for cyanide in food and water.
CN-30 Cyanide Detector
If you are concerned with potential cyanide exposure, please visit:
ChemSee has developed an easy-to-use, low-cost detector and identifier for fertilizers which can be used to make explosives. The analysis takes less than five minutes.
For more information, visit: http://chemsee.com/secure/fertilizer/
Press release on the possible effects of the release of toxic waste from a Hungarian aluminum plant.
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API’s blog is now linked with ChemSee’s twitter account: chemseeonline.
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