Weiss Technik’s CrimeEvent fingerprint development cabinet has been designed to quickly develop and visualise fingerprints using 1,8-Diazafluoren-9-one (DFO) and ninhydrin processes. This environmental simulation cabinet produces controlled temperature conditions in combination with high humidity to accelerate the ninhydrin process. This results in exceptional quality finger traces in just 3 minutes, thus quickly providing important information for combating crime.
The FDC018 complies with the Home Office Fingerprint Visualisation manual for development of fingerprints on a variety of porous surfaces. It is used by almost every police and forensic service in the United Kingdom and numerous services worldwide including both Australia and the USA.