Argon shows CBRN simulation tools on new YouTube channel

Argon Electronics, a leader in the development and manufacture of hazardous material detector simulators, has recently launched a YouTube channel to show its CBRN simulation training equipment.

The new YouTube channel offers viewers a chance to see the training equipment deployed in settings close to the training scenarios where they are used. The videos are also available to watch on the individual product pages on the Argon Electronics website.

"The introduction of a YouTube channel allows our customers to see how our extensive range of simulation tools can be used to effectively replicate realistic CBRN scenarions," Steven Pike, managing director at Argon Electronics, said. "We have worked closely with manufactures within the CBRN industry such as Smiths Detection, Thermo Scientific and Proengin."

The Argon YouTube channel has twenty videos so far and covers a wide range of the simulation products Argon has to offer. Viewers can see product videos featuring chemical and radiological simulators. They can also view Argon's PlumeSIM simulation system, which works in sync with a large quantity of the Argon simulation range.

"This has enabled us to offer our customers solutions that exactly replicate the equipment they would in a real-life disaster or event," Pike said. "That's something we are extremely proud of."