Who We Are

DetectaChem is a privately-held company and manufacturer of the rapidly deployable, handheld, intelligent, and easy-to-operate detection systems. Our products enable threat detection for safety and security operations throughout the world. DetectaChem products are simple to use and maintain, yet are sophisticated in function and design. They utilize proprietary patented technology to deploy automated colorimetric analysis of extremely small traces of explosive and narcotic materials. At DetectaChem, we pride ourselves on delivering powerful and reliable products that help make the world a safer place. We believe in supporting our customers to the fullest of our ability and ensuring quality and dependability in everything we do.

Our Customer Satisfaction Commitment

DetectaChem is committed to providing customers with superior products, services, and support. The overall experience begins with the development of high-quality products and continues with support services that exceed customer expectations. We do this because we believe customer satisfaction is the ultimate measure of our organization’s performance. Accordingly, our team strives to include the customer in every aspect of our business. We also employ a business-partnership model that is designed to assist in identifying the unique needs of every customer to ensure that all expectations are satisfied.


The SEEKERe products and detection cards (including SEEKERe MDK, SEEKERe EDK, SEEKERe DDK, and all Detection Card products are protected by patent nos. D727,762, 8,980,641, and 9,482,621.

The SEEKER products and detection cards (including SEEKER MDU, SEEKER, EDU, SEEKER DDU, and all Detection Card products) are protected by patent nos. 8,980,641, and 9,482,621.

This website is provided to satisfy the virtual patent marking provisions of various jurisdictions, including the virtual patent marking provisions of the America Invents Act. Furthermore, this website is intended to serve as notice under 35 U.S.C. § 287(a). Additional patents are pending in the U.S.”