BVDA - BVDA: Materials and equipment for crime scene officers and forensic laboratories
BVDA is a manufacturer of forensic products.
The products are used successfully every day by forensic experts around the world.
BVDA has branches in the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden and the USA.
IND 1,2-indanedione
1,2-IND (1,2-indandione) is a reagent for fingerprints found on paper, which combines the strong color of ninhydrin and the fluorescence of DFO
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5-Methylthioninhydrin (5-MTN) is a special fingerprint reagent, highly visible and very strong fluorescence.
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Imaging system for Gellifters, provides high quality images of over 1350 ppi which is sufficient to examine 3rd level detail.
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Silmark cart (new)
Silmark CART for lifting of powdered fingermarks is available in the colours: black, white, and clear.
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Investigation kits
Universal investigation Kits
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Sole Print (new)
Inkless kit for taking exemplars from feet and footwear with a new recipe that uses chemicals that are safe for use. 
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Silmark cart
Silmark CART for Toolmark casting is available in the clours: gray and brown
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fingerprint powders for visualizing fingerprints on different types of surfaces.
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BVDA Gellifters have been especially developed for the lifting of fingerprints, shoeprints, dust marks and micro traces.
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Chemical developers
Chemical developers react to chemicals that are present in the fingerprints or on the physical properties of the fingerprints. .
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Blood traces
Staining solutions and reagents used for improving the contrast of marks (fingerprints and footmarks) made in blood.
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PECA cyano powders
In a one-step process finger marks are developed and stained at the same time.  
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Cyanoacrylate staining
After development with cyanoacrylate, fluorescent staining solutions can be applied to improve the contrast of weak fingerprints
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Instant black
Instant black can be sprinkled over a surface from the brush, after which the powder particles are moved over the surface by tapping the object.
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