Coriolis® RECON


Coriolis® RECON is a portable, light and ruggedized bio-air sampler for airborne pathogens detection, dedicated to CBRN Recce teams or first responders, with quick deployment in case of an event with bio-threat suspicion.


 Coriolis Recon

·Application field

Defence and Homeland security for Recce teams.       


·High performance

Coriolis® RECON with high air flow rate of 600 L/min, has been designed to collect large concentrations of aerosols in the breathable range of 0.5 to 10 microns, thus being more representative of the environment than typical bio-aerosol samplers.

Thanks to its liquid sample (20 ± 5 mL), it can be used with a rapid identification system (immunoassay, PCR, etc.) to provide an early warning of aerosolized biological warfare agents.


·Easy to use and quick deployment

Coriolis® RECON can be rapidly deployed in case of an event with biothreat suspicion. As it is a portable and light equipment, the user has only to set up a few parameters through a simple interface: the collection time and the delay. Coriolis® RECON has been ruggedized to be used in unfamiliar environment.



Autonomous Sampling: this mode, triggered by the operator wearing Individual Protective Equipment (IPE), can be used by Recce teams or first responders and for mobile applications to rapidly  obtain a sample and identify the biological threat.

coriolis reconBiological Sentry Mode: for long term surveillance, the Coriolis® RECON can be set up in a standby mode, waiting for some signal coming from a warning system.              

Long Time Collection & Sample Thermostatization Module: for the surveillance of a critical event, the longtime collection module (several hours of collection) can be installed for continuous monitoring for several hours. In this mode of operation, an external power source is required.  


·Easy decontamination

Thanks to its autoclavable spare parts, the Coriolis® RECON can be easily and totally decontaminated by classical disinfectants (hydrogen peroxide vapor, bleach…).



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