DAVTECH Analytical Services (Canada) Inc

Latent Print Collection (98)

TRITECH FORENSIC'S quick drying Ninhydrin Spray is supplied in an easy-to-use pump misting bottle and is an extremely sensitive method for developing old latent prints on paper documents, letters, newspaper, envelopes, wrapping paper, checks, and even wallpaper at a crime scene.

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Ninhydrin is an extremely sensitive method for developing latent prints on paper documents, letters, newspaper, envelopes, wrapping paper, checks, and other porous objects at a crime scene.

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Rhodamine 6G is one of the best dyes used to stain cyanoacrylate-developed prints. Using Rhodamine 6G Dye helps view and photograph latent prints on various colored surfaces.

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Silver Nitrate is a generally used on porous materials after ninhydrin processing. It reacts to the chlorides (salt) that are present in latent prints.

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Small Particle Reagent (SPR) is specifically formulated for developing latent prints on difficult surfaces. It develops prints on wet surfaces such as automobiles or cold drink cans. The reagent also works on oily or textured surfaces.

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Sudan Black is a dye that stains latent prints containing oils and other sebaceous materials. It is one of the best methods for developing latent prints found on greasy or waxy nonporous surfaces such as glass, metal, milk cartons, interiors of gloves, or candles.

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WHAT USED TO TAKE HOURS NOW TAKES SECONDS!  

The patent-pending Swift Lift Mitt is the latest breakthrough in latent print recovery. Its ergonomical design allows the investigating officer to dust a large area for latent prints in seconds rather than hours.

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TRITECHFORENSICS' Carbon Fiber Latent Print Brush features ultra-soft carbon filaments, providing users with a smooth, low-friction application.

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Cross contamination at a crime scene is a growing concern for Crime Scene Investigators.  One way cross contamination happens is through the transfer of DNA from a latent print brush. To help prevent cross contamination, TRITECHFORENSICS is proud to introduce their sterile, disposable, Fiberglass Latent Print Brush.

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TRITECHFORENSICS' Whisper™ Brushes are the finest fiberglass latent print powder brushes available anywhere.

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Criminal identification through DNA testing has become an essential tool for the criminal justice system. Despite proven advancements in the collection and analysis of DNA, the reliability of DNA samples is being challenged on a regular basis. In order to overcome these challenges, crime scene investigators must be careful not to allow contaminants from one collection site to move to the next site.

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This product has two applications: first, it will blow latent powder onto an area to develop a print and, second, it will blow off excess powder from a developed print before actually lifting the print.

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Think of these powder sifters as salt shakers. Simply add whatever powder you prefer (not recommended for magnetic powders), then sprinkle the powder onto a clean sheet of paper.

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TRITECHFORENICS' brushed metal Tape Dispensers provide an easy way to hold, dispense, and cut lifting tape.

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TRITECHFORENSICS' Disposable Fuming Chambers are used for developing latent prints using the cyanoacrylate fuming method. These chambers are made of a clear .012" thick PVP material and weigh only 4.9 oz. (small chamber) and 7.2 oz. (large chamber).

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