R.I. firm offers tool for school to sniff out vaping students

Updated Nov. 18 at 11:10 a.m.

UNCOMMON SENSOR: Tom Reilly, left, general manager at Security Supply Inc. in Cranston, and Rick Gentile, a sales representative, display equipment that can detect the vapors created by e-cigarettes. The detectors send email and phone alerts when an alarm goes off. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
UNCOMMON SENSOR: Tom Reilly, left, general manager at Security Supply Inc. in Cranston, and Rick Gentile, a sales representative, display equipment that can detect the vapors created by e-cigarettes. The detectors send email and phone alerts when an alarm goes off. / PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
Security Supply Inc. is selling schools a new tool in the timeless cat-and-mouse game with students: stopping them from smoking in bathrooms. Now the habit of vaping is the target. Security Supply, a Cranston-based wholesale distributor of various security products, has introduced a new line of products: vape detectors. In addition to the usual chemicals…

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