Edgewood Chemical Biological Center
The U.S. Army’s Edgewood Chemical Biological Center employs life-cycle scientific, engineering, and operations solutions to protect the warfighter and U.S. interests through chemical and biological defense research and development.
Nerve agent decontamination compounds
Novel enzymes with highly tailored capability to degrade toxins
Smoke grenade with reduced fragmentation hazard
Simplifies production and reduces the fragmentation hazard associated with the M-201 fuze on the M-106 grenade
Contaminant permeation testing of personal protective equipment
High throughput, low operating costs, and a reduction in variability have spurred adoption of this test at various DoD facilities
Offers better and more comfortable protection of a user's head and face from hazards such as chemical and biological warfare agents
Guard bed for gas particulate filter in collective...
Shields collective protection filters from degradation by common contaminants as well as other toxic chemicals
Shipping container lift and leveling system
System enables easy transport of the cargo box on a flatbed truck as well as leveling once placed on site
Cable tie with multi-slotted head and use-specific attachments
New add-ons and improved connection points on the base cable tie increase the functionality of this common tool and open up new uses
Visualization axis approach to presenting multivariate data sets
2D or 3D representation of 4D+ datasets that preserves the multivariate information and minimizes the dilution of information displayed
High surface area air filter that can be...
Improved chemical and biological air-purifying filter that provides reduced breathing resistance without increasing the overall size of a filter cartridge or module
Biocidal and sporicidal smoke grenade
Generates iodine gas or smoke as the primary biocidal agent, as well as metal oxides for enhanced biological agent decontamination
Field-deployable hydrolysis system for destruction of chemicals
Transportable, high-throughput neutralization system to meet the demand for the destruction of toxic chemicals and chemical weapons