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IPMI Conference
Reno, NV - United States of America
Jun 15 - 18, 2019
Exhibitor: CEIA USA Ltd.

NCS4 National Sports Safety and Security Conference and Exhibition
New Orleans, LA - United States of America
Jul 9 - 11, 2019
Exhibitor: CEIA USA Ltd.

Southern States Correctional Association
Hot Springs, AR - United States of America
Jul 21 - 24, 2019
Exhibitor: CEIA USA Ltd.

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CEIA is a manufacturing company specialized in the design, engineering and production of Metal Detectors and Electromagnetic Inspection Devices.

Transportation

The preference given to CEIA Metal Detectors by top public and private bodies confirms its position as the market leader in airport security.

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Law Enforcement

Quick, accurate analysis of all parts of the body of people in transit.

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Court and correctional facilities security

The CEIA Metal Detectors fully comply with the requirements of the NIJ0601.02 Standard for all Security Levels, and can therefore be applied in situations from the inspection of visitors to that of inmates in top-security checkpoints, even in areas with strong electrical and mechanical interferences.

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Schools and Building Security

Sophisticated threat detection and high passenger flow rates today require Enhanced Metal Detectors (EMD).

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Loss Prevention

Optimized solutions to detect and deter metal product theft, discovers small metal masses anywhere on and in the body while discriminating non-removable metal.

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Event Security

The considerable task of planning a major security event requires the most reliable metal detectors for security checkpoint installations.

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Cargo and Mail screening

Electromagnetic inspection is the most suitable and quickest method for checking non-metallic cargo.

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Ferromagnetic Detection Applications

MSD EVO, the latest CEIA Ferromagnetic Detector (FMD), with outstanding capabilities in security pass-through applications defined by multiple ferromagnetic poles.

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