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Belgian Defence Forces Participate in 3-Day Maintenance Training for Chemical Detectors

System Maintenance Engineers from the Belgian Defense Forces disassembling ChemProFXi during Maintenance training. Credit: Environics

Members of the Belgian Defence Forces participated in a 3-day CBRN handheld detector training event hosted at Environics Oy’s headquarters in Mikkeli, Finland, from 26-28 April.

Participants worked with training Manager and CBRN Specialist, Toni Leikas together with Product Manager of Handheld Chemical Detectors Mika Saarinen to gain Maintenance Training Levels 1-3 knowledge on the ChemProFXi and ChemProX.

According to Training Manager Toni Leikas, the “students” were very professional and interested on the maintenance tasks and on understanding trouble shoot processes.

This maintenance team from the Belgian Defence Forces has previously attended a virtual training on ChemProX, which provided them the basic knowledge on how to operate the device. This face-to-face session served as a skill reinforcement, that went into a more advanced and practical level of understanding in detail all the latest features of ChemProX, with special focus on the potential of the training mode and in-built software.

Source: Environics, adapted

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