CDEX Inc. ID2 Product Line Gains CE Certifications, Begins Distribution in European Union Countries
Published: Jun 08, 2011
TUCSON, AZ--(Marketwire - June 08, 2011) -
The CE Marking Label and the CE Declaration of Conformity are essential for product import and distribution into the European Union (EU) in compliance with all EU Regulations.
"We are very pleased to gain full CE certification allowing our current distribution partners to begin marketing our ID2 products in Europe. Strong demand exists for our innovative technology which is designed for use in law enforcement, correctional facilities and other applications where definitive and immediate results are crucial. Our ID2 meth scanner and ID2 Pocket scanner tests results are instantaneous, with the Pocket ID2 being completely non-destructive, and the ID2 meth scanner requiring a simple 'mining' process for sample gathering. Both products test for the presence of methamphetamine without the user having to touch the scanned surfaces, thus minimizing exposure to personnel and preserving the integrity of the sample substance for future analysis," stated Jeff Brumfield, chairman and chief executive officer of CDEX. "Now we can provide a safe and effective solution to European agencies to detect methamphetamines and soon other illicit drugs such as cocaine. We have received strong interest from our international distributors to gain CE approval for the ID2 product line and expect to begin shipping orders over the next 60 days."
CDEX develops, manufactures and globally distributes products to the healthcare and security markets. The ValiMed™ product line provides life-saving validation of high-risk medications and pharmacy returned narcotics. The ID2™ product line detects trace amounts of illegal drugs, such as methamphetamine. CDEX expects to advance its patented technologies to serve additional markets in the future where its proprietary products can be launched. To learn more about CDEX please visit: www.cdex-inc.com.
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