Decontamination of CBRN and Hazmat Incidents Technologies and Global Markets 2011-2016

Publication: Q4 2009, Pages: 243, Figures: 53, Tables: 21
General Info Decontamination of CBRN and Hazmat Incidents Technologies and Global Market - 2010-2014

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The unusual combination of the threat of CBRN terrorism and a growing global environmental movement has sparked renewed interest in CBRN and Hazmat decontamination systems. In its latest report, Homeland Security Research Corporation analyzes this resurgent market and forecasts a CAGR of 13.3%, which will move the total market from $2.4 billion in 2009 to $4.5 billion in 2014.

The report analyses and projects the 2010-2014 market and technologies from several perspectives, including:
  • Market and technology forecast by modality: (e.g. people decon systems, facility decon systems, indoor and outdoor decon systems, equipment decon systems)
  • Market forecast by country/region: (e.g. USA, Europe, Asia, Latin America)
  • Government-sponsored R&D
In addition, the report:
  • Analyzes the market drivers and inhibitors;
  • Provides a competitive analysis;
  • Outlines the current and pipeline technologies;
  • Details new business opportunities and challenges

Table of Content

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1. Scope 19
1.1. Definition of Decontamination 19
1.2. Scope of This Report 19
1.3. Basic Assumptions 20
1.3.1. Possible Scenario Analysis 20
1.4. Methodology 20
1.4.1. Research Methods 20
1.4.2. Report Structure 21
1.5. Who is This Report For? 21
2. Executive Summary 22
2.1. Main Findings 22
2.2. Main Conclusions 24
2.3. CBRN Terror 26
2.4. Decontaminating Processes 28
2.5. The Decontamination Industry 28
2.6. Global Market: 2010-2014 29
2.7. Technological Challenges 31
3. Global Market – Drivers 32
4. Global Market – Inhibitors 33
5. Competitive Analysis 34
6. Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis 35
6.1. Scope 35
6.2. Decontamination SWOT Analysis 36
7. Present and Pipeline Decontamination Technologies 37
7.1. Scope 37
7.2. The Decontamination Process 39
7.3. Contaminant Detection and Identification 41
7.3.1. Sample Characterization 41
7.3.2. Isolating the Contaminated Area 41
7.3.3. Designing the Decontamination Strategy 41
7.3.4. Clearance Sampling 43
7.4. Building & People Decontamination 43
7.4.1. People Decontamination 44
7.4.2. Building Decontamination 45
7.5. Decontamination Technologies 48
7.5.1. Core Technologies Overview 48
7.6. Physics- Based Decontamination Technologies 49
7.6.1. Sorbents 49
7.6.2. Solvent-Wash 49
7.6.3. High-Pressure Methods 50
7.6.4. Thermal Methods 50
7.7. Chemistry- Based Decontamination Technologies 51
7.7.1. Oxidizing Agents 51
7.7.2. Strong Bases 52
7.7.3. Surfactants 52
7.7.4. Microemulsions 53
7.8. Biology – Based Technologies 53
7.8.1. Bacterial Decontamination Agents 53
7.9. Decontamination Systems Configurations 55
7.9.1. Scope 55
7.9.2. People Decontamination Systems 55
7.10. Indoor Heavy Equipment Decontamination 61
7.10.1. Building and Infrastructure Decontamination Systems 61
7.10.2. Fumigation Decontamination Systems 61
7.10.3. External Foam / Gel Sprayers 62
7.11. New Technologies – Drivers 63
7.12. New Technologies – Inhibitors 64
8. Stockpiling Decontamination Agents & Equipment 65
9. Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Market Forecast: 2010-2014 66
9.1. Market Overview 66
9.2. Market Forecast 68
9.3. Global Decontamination Equipment Market: 2010-2014 72
9.3.1. CBRN Contamination Detection Systems Market Forecast 76
9.3.2. Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems Market Forecast 77
9.3.3. Global People Decontamination Systems Market Forecast 79
10. The US Market: 2010-2014 81
10.1. The Obama Administration Strategy 81
10.2. Drivers 82
10.3. Inhibitors 83
10.4. Market Forecast 84
11. Germany, the UK, France and Italy Markets: 2010-2014 88
11.1. Market Drivers 89
11.2. Market Inhibitors 90
11.3. Market Forecast 90
12. China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Market: 2010-2014 92
12.1. Market Drivers 94
12.2. Market Inhibitors 94
12.3. Market Forecast 95
13. Latin American Market: 2010-2014 97
13.1. Market Drivers 98
13.2. Market Inhibitors 99
13.3. Market Forecast 99
14. Rest of the World Market: 2010-2014 101
14.1. Market Drivers 102
14.2. Market Inhibitors 103
14.3. Market Forecast 103
15. Global Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market: 2010-2014 105
15.1. U.S. Service & Upgrade Market: 2010-2014 109
15.2. Germany, UK, France and Italy Service & Upgrade Market: 2010-2014 110
15.3. China, India, Taiwan, Japan and the Middle East Service & Upgrade Market -2010-2014 112
15.4. Latin American Service & Upgrade Market -2010-2014 113
15.5. ROW Service & Upgrade Market: 2010-2014 115
16. Business Opportunities and Challenges: 2010-2014 117
16.1. A Market Waiting for Transition 117
16.1.1. HLS Decontamination Strategy – Outlook 118
16.1.2. Factors Affecting Decontamination Systems Business Opportunities 118
16.2. Technology Performance Challenges 119
16.2.1. Challenge One: Time 119
16.2.2. Challenge Two: Decontamination Level 120
16.2.3. Challenge Three: Accurate Contamination Simulations 120
16.2.4. Challenge Four: Cost of Decontamination 120
16.2.5. Challenge Five: Environmentally Unfriendly Materials 120
16.2.6. Challenge Six: Transport and Storage 120
16.2.7. Challenge Seven: Radioactive Decontamination 120
16.3. Business Opportunities for Decontamination Systems 121
16.3.1. Business Opportunity One 121
16.3.2. Business Opportunity Two 122
16.3.3. Business Opportunity Three 122
16.3.4. Business Opportunity Four 122
16.3.5. Business Opportunity Five 122
16.3.6. Business Opportunity Six 123
16.3.7. Business Opportunity Seven 123
16.4. Radiological Decontamination Technologies 123
16.4.1. Business Opportunity Eight 123
16.4.2. Business Opportunity Nine 124
16.4.3. Business Opportunity Ten 124
16.4.4. Business Opportunity Eleven 124
16.4.5. Business Opportunity Twelve 125
16.5. Chemical-Biological Decontamination Technologies and Business Opportunities 126
16.5.1. Business Opportunity Thirteen 126
16.5.2. Business Opportunity Fourteen 126
16.5.3. Business Opportunity Fifteen 127
16.5.4. Business Opportunity Sixteen 127
16.5.5. Business Opportunity Seventeen 127
16.5.6. Business Opportunity Eighteen 128
16.5.7. Business Opportunity Nineteen 128
16.5.8. Business Opportunity Twenty 128
16.5.9. Business Opportunity Twenty-one 129
16.6. Contamination Simulation Algorithms 129
16.6.1. Business Opportunity Twenty-two 129
17. CBRN Decontamination RDT&E Programs & Funding: 2010-2014 130
17.1. Summary & Outlook 130
17.2. CBRN Decontamination R&D Funding Opportunities by U.S. Agencies: 2010-2014 131
17.2.1. EPA CBRN Decontamination R&D 133
17.2.2. DOD – CBRN Decontamination HLS R&D 134
17.2.3. DHS – CBRN Decontamination HLS R&D 135
17.2.4. DOE – CBRN Decontamination R&D 135
17.2.5. TSWG – CBRN Decontamination R&D 136
17.3. U.S. Federal, Academia and Private Sector R&D Funding Opportunities: 2010-2014 137
17.4. R&D Funding Drivers 142
17.5. R&D Funding Inhibitors 142
17.6. DHS R&D Programs 143
17.6.1. Response and Recovery 143
17.6.2. Decontamination of Porous Surfaces after a Radiological Attack 143
17.6.3. Expedient Mitigation of a Radiological Release 143
17.7. DARPA (DOD) – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 144
17.7.1. Immune Buildings 144
17.7.2. External Protection 145
17.8. CBDP (DOD) – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 145
17.8.1. Project CB1 – Decontamination 145
17.8.2. Project CB2 – Decontamination 145
17.8.3. Project CB3 Biological Defense (ATD) – Decontamination 146
17.9. Army (DOD) – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 147
17.9.1. Environmental Quality Technology 147
17.10. DOE – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 149
17.10.1. Environmental Remediation Science Research 149
17.11. EPA – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 150
17.11.1. Water Infrastructure Decontamination 151
17.11.2. Threat and Consequence Assessment 151
17.11.3. Nonstandard Methods 151
17.11.4. Decontamination for Buildings, Large Structures, and Outdoor Areas 151
17.11.5. Toxicity, Infectivity, and Mechanism of Action 152
17.12. TSWG – Decontamination HLS R&D Programs 152
17.12.1. Statistical Design Tool for Sampling Contaminated Buildings 152
17.12.2. Decontamination 152
18. Decontamination Vendors and Products 153
18.1. Decontamination Systems 153
18.1.1. Allen-Vanguard Corporation 153
18.1.2. Andax 154
18.1.3. Base-X Inc. 154
18.1.4. Bio Defense Corporation 155
18.1.5. BIOQUELL, Inc. 155
18.1.6. ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc 155
18.1.7. Container Products Corp. 155
18.1.8. CRDS – TVI Corporation 156
18.1.9. Crest Ultrasonics Corp. 156
18.1.10. Cryogenesis 156
18.1.11. DQE, Inc. 157
18.1.12. DuPont Personal Protection 157
18.1.13. Environmental Fire Solutions, Inc. 157
18.1.14. Equipment Management Company 158
18.1.15. Fend- All 158
18.1.16. First Line Technology, LLC 158
18.1.17. Flangler Emergency Services, LLC 159
18.1.18. Foster-Miller, Inc. 159
18.1.19. FSI North America 159
18.1.20. GenV- Clean Earth Technologies, LLC 160
18.1.21. Global Ground Support 160
18.1.22. Hughes Safety Showers Ltd. 161
18.1.23. Intelgard, Inc. 162
18.1.24. Karcher Futuretech GmbH 162
18.1.25. Life Safety Systems, Inc. 164
18.1.26. Matthews Specialty Vehicles, Inc 165
18.1.27. Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc. 165
18.1.28. Modec, Inc 165
18.1.29. Nor E First Response, Inc. 166
18.1.30. OWR AG 166
18.1.31. Precision Lift, Inc. 167
18.1.32. Reeves EMS, LLC 167
18.1.33. RFD Beaufort 168
18.1.34. RMC Medical 168
18.1.35. Survival, Inc. 168
18.1.36. SWEDE 168
18.1.37. TSGI USA 169
18.1.38. TVI Corporation 169
18.1.39. Ultimate Survival Technologies 170
18.1.40. US Foam Technologies, Inc 170
18.1.41. Wel-Fab Inc. 171
18.1.42. Western Shelter Systems 171
18.1.43. Zimek Technologies, LLC 171
18.1.44. Zumro, Inc. 171
18.2. Other Decontamination Hardware 172
18.2.1. Aero Tec Laboroatories Inc. 172
18.2.2. Air Systems International 172
18.2.3. Akron Brass Co. 172
18.2.4. Allen-Vanguard, Inc 172
18.2.5. Applied Surface Technologies 173
18.2.6. BCDS, Inc. 173
18.2.7. ClorDi Sys Solutions, Inc. 173
18.2.8. Crestline Industries 173
18.2.9. Cryogenesis 174
18.2.10. Cryokinetics 174
18.2.11. DQE, Inc. 174
18.2.12. EFT 175
18.2.13. Equipment Management Company 176
18.2.14. E-Z-EM, Inc. 176
18.2.15. Fend-All 176
18.2.16. First Line Technology, LLC 177
18.2.17. FSI North America 177
18.2.18. Genecor International, Inc. 177
18.2.19. Guild Associates, Inc. 177
18.2.20. Haws Corporation 178
18.2.21. Hydro-Therm 178
18.2.22. IET, Inc. 178
18.2.23. Intelgard 178
18.2.24. Kappler, Inc 179
18.2.25. Karcher Futuretech 179
18.2.26. Minuteman International, Inc. 179
18.2.27. Miti Manufacturing Co. Inc. 180
18.2.28. Mobile Air Applied Science, Inc. 180
18.2.29. Modec Inc. 180
18.2.30. MorTan Inc. 180
18.2.31. Nano Scale 181
18.2.32. Nor E First Response, Inc. 181
18.2.33. NPS Corporataion 181
18.2.34. OWR AG 181
18.2.35. Radiation Decontamination Solutions, LLC 182
18.2.36. RAPID Deployment Products Inc. 182
18.2.37. Red Head Brass, LLC 182
18.2.38. Reeves EMS 183
18.2.39. Reliapon 183
18.2.40. RMC Medical 184
18.2.41. Sabre Technical Services 184
18.2.42. Slate Enterprises, Inc. 184
18.2.43. SteriFx, Inc 184
18.2.44. Steris Corporation 184
18.2.45. Swede 185
18.2.46. TECWAR® Tactical Water Purification Systems 185
18.2.47. Tempest Technology, Inc. 185
18.2.48. TVI Corporation 185
19. Guidelines for Decontamination Equipment Procurement 186
19.1. Decontamination Equipment Selection Factors 186
19.2. Commercial Decontaminants Prices & Performance 190
19.3. Liquid Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance 192
19.4. Gaseous Decontamination Delivery Systems: Prices & Performance 195
19.5. Decontamination Shower Systems: Prices & Performance 196
19.6. Decontamination Shower Hardware: Prices & Performance 199
19.7. Decontamination Kits: Prices & Performance 200
19.8. Decontamination Containment Hardware: Prices & Performance 201
19.9. Decontamination Support Equipment: Prices & Performance 202
20. Appendix A: CBRN Terror 203
20.1. Biological Terror 203
20.1.1. Bio-Weapons – Historical Perspective 204
20.1.2. Biological Terror – Bacterial Agents 206
20.2. Nuclear-Radiological Terror 219
20.2.1. How Real is the Nuclear Threat? 219
20.2.2. Nuclear Terror 220
20.2.3. Radiological Dispersal Devices (RDD) 220
20.3. Chemical Terror 222
20.3.1. Nerve Agents 222
21. Appendix B: Patent Review 228
21.1. Scope 228
21.2. Decontamination Technology Patents 228
22. Appendix C: Decontamination Legal Issues 240
22.1. International Legislation/Agreements 240
22.1.1. The Nuclear Weapons Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) – 1970 240
22.1.2. The Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention (BTWC) – 1972 240
22.1.3. Convention for the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material – 1987 241
22.1.4. Chemicals Weapons Convention – 1992 241
22.2. U.S. Legislation 242
22.2.1. U.S. Code Title 50, Chapter 40 – Defense Against Weapons of Mass Destruction 242
22.2.2. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) – 1996 242
22.2.3. Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Recovery from and Response to Terrorist Attacks on the United States – 2001 243
22.2.4. Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act – 2002 243
22.2.5. Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act (PAHPA), 2006 244
22.2.6. Homeland Security Presidential Directive 21 244

List of Figures
Figure 1 – The Bio Attack Response Timeline
Figure 2 – CBRN Terror Identification Roadmap
Figure 3 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2010-2014
Figure 4 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2009 & 2014
Figure 5 – Competitive Analysis
Figure 6 – Decontamination Industry SWOT Analysis
Figure 7 – Comparison in Weight of Pathogens between BW Agents and CW Agents [mg]
Figure 8 – Closed Area (e.g., building) Decontamination Boundaries
Figure 9 – Open Area Decontamination Boundaries
Figure 10 – Decontamination Corridor
Figure 11 – Basic Facility Decontamination Process
Figure 12 – CBRN Scene – Decontamination Diagram
Figure 13 – People Decontamination Triage Decision Tree
Figure 14 – The FBI CBRN Terror& Hazmat Response Teams Deployment Map
Figure 15 – Decontamination Core Technologies Overview
Figure 16 – Skin Decontaminate Lotion, Anachemia Canada, Inc.
Figure 17 – Decontamination Kit, Personal No. 2, Mark 1, Richmond Packaging (U.K.) Ltd.
Figure 18 – Portaflex Decontamination Shower System, High Safety Showers USA
Figure 19 – K4-05 High Purity, Applied Surface Technologies, USE
Figure 20 – Decocontain 3000, Karcher, Germany 2010-2014
Figure 21 – Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Market by Modalities [$ Millions] – 2008-2014
Figure 22 – Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Markets by Modalities [%] – 2009 & 2014
Figure 23 – Global Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Region – 2010-2014
Figure 24 – Global CBRN & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [%] by Region – 2009, 2011, 2014
Figure 25 – Global Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 26 – Global Decontamination Equipment Market by Modality Share [%] – 2009, 2011, 2014
Figure 27 – Global Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2008-2014
Figure 28 – Global Contamination Detection Systems Market [$ Million] by Region – 2008-2014
Figure 29 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems Market [$ Million] by Region – 2008-2014
Figure 30 – Global People Decontamination Systems Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2008-2014
Figure 31 – US CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment & Service Markets by Modalities [%] – 2009 & 2014
Figure 32 – US Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 33 – US Decontamination Equipment Market by Modality market Share [%] – 2009, 2011, 2014
Figure 34 – German, UK, French and Italian Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 35 – China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 36 – Latin American Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 37 – ROW CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 38 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 39 – Global Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2009, 2011 & 2014
Figure 40 – Global Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Region – 2008-2014
Figure 41 – U.S. Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 42 – Germany, the UK, France and Italian Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 43 – China, India, Taiwan, Japan and the Middle East Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 44 – Latin American Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 45 – ROW Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Figure 46 – The US Bio-Chem Capstone IPT Structure
Figure 47 – Schematic of the ISOTRON System
Figure 48 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Forecast by Major Departments [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 49 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Forecast by Major Departments Share [%] – 2008, 2011 & 2014
Figure 50 – EPA CBRN Decontamination HLS R&D Budget Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 51 – DOD Decontamination R&D Budget Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 52 – DHS – Decontamination R&D Budget Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 53 – DOE – Decontamination R&D Budget Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 54 – TSWG – Decontamination R&D Budget Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 55 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Opportunities Forecast by Sector [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 56 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Share by Sector [%] – 2008, 2011 and 2014
Figure 57 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Private Sector Funding [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 58 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Academia Sector Funding [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 59 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Government Sector Funding Opportunities Forecast [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Figure 60 – Categories of the Bio-threat Divides
Figure 61 – The Spraying of Anthrax from Aum Shinrikyo’s Headquarters June 1993
Figure 62 – Anthrax Spores and Disease
Figure 63 – Cholera Bacteria
Figure 64 – Pneumonic Plague – the Disease
Figure 65 – Tularemia the Disease
Figure 66 – Smallpox Virus and Disease
Figure 67 – Ebola Virus – Electron Microscopy Image
Figure 68 – VEE – Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis Virus in the Olfactory Mucosa of a Mouse
Figure 69 – Q Fever
Figure 70 – Typhus Microbe – Electron Microscopy Image
Figure 71 – Castor Plant and Structure for the Ricin Toxin
Figure 72 – The Dinoflagellate Alexandrium Tamarense and Structure of Saxitoxin
Figure 73 – A Simulation of the Impact of the Explosion of a 500 Curie Co60 Dirty Bomb in Downtown Manhattan
Figure 74 – Categories of the Chemical Divides

 
List of Tables
Table 1 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] – 2010-2014
Table 2 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2019-2014
Table 3 – Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Markets [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 4 – Global Decontamination Equipment, Service and Upgrade Market [%] by Modalities – 2008-2014
Table 5 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2014
Table 6 – Global Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 7 – Global Equipment Market Shares [%] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 8 – Global Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2008-2014
Table 9 – Global Contamination Detection Systems Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2010-2014
Table 10 – Global Equipment & Buildings Decontamination Systems Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2008-2014
Table 11 – Global People Decontamination Systems Market [$ Million] by Countries/Regions – 2008-2014
Table 12 – US Decontamination Equipment & Service Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 13 – US Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 14 – US Decontamination Equipment Market Shares [%] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 15 – German, UK, French and Italian Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 16 – China, India, Taiwan, Middle East and Japan Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 17 – Latin America Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 18 – ROW CBRN Terror & Hazmat Decontamination Equipment Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 19 – Global CBRN Terror & Hazmat Incidents Decontamination Equipment Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 20 – Global Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Region – 2008-2014
Table 21 – U.S. Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 22 – Germany, the U.K., France and Italian Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 23 – Asian Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 24 – Latin American Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 25 – ROW Service & Upgrade Market [$ Million] by Modality – 2008-2014
Table 26 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Forecast by Major Departments [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Table 27 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding by Sector [$ Million] – 2008-2014
Table 28 – CBRN Decontamination Federal HLS R&D Funding Share by Sector [%] – 2008-2014
Table 29 – Decontamination Equipment Selection Factors and Criteria
Table 30 – Commercial Decontaminants Analysis
Table 31 – Decontamination Delivery Systems (liquids) Analysis
Table 32 – Decontamination Delivery Systems (Gaseous) Analysis.
Table 33 – Decontamination Shower Systems Analysis
Table 34 – Decontamination Shower Hardware Analysis
Table 35 – Decontamination Kits Analysis
Table 36 – Decontamination Containment Items Analysis
Table 37 – Decontamination Support Equipment Analysis
Table 38 – Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Nerve Agents
Table 39 – Physical and Chemical Properties of Common Blister Agents
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