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Fingerprint Development Cabinet (FDC), Type CrimeEvent

The CrimeEvent environment simulation cabinet has been developed to quickly develop and visualise fingerprints using 1,8-Diazafluoren-9-one (DFO) and ninhydrin processes. Controlled temperature conditions in combination with high humidity accelerate the ninhydrin process, thus producing excellently clear finger traces in just 3 minutes. This means that important information for combating crime can be provided almost immediately.

The cabinets are available as desktop units with a 185-litre capacity or as floor-standing units with a capacity of 600 litres.

Fast – Efficient – Flexible

  • Results in less than 3 minutes
  • Higher throughput in less time
  • Simultaneous processing of different-sized objects and multiple samples


  • Flexible shelving system
  • Adjustable timer and alarm
  • Independent excess temperature thermostat
  • Combined temperature and humidity sensor
  • Crossflow air System
Fingerprint Development Chamber Melbourne

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