Morphix Technologies Becomes Virginia Values Veterans (V3) Certified

Morphix has joined an elite group of employers who have made public commitments to recruit, hire and retain qualified Veterans.

Virginia Beach, Va. (June 2016) – Morphix Technologies, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, has completed the requirements to become Virginia Values Veterans (V3) certified. With its V3 certification, Morphix has joined an elite group of employers who have made public commitments to recruit, hire and retain qualified veterans.

The V3 Program is a Commonwealth of Virginia, Department of Veterans Services Program. V3 helps employers understand, design, and implement nationally recognized best practices in recruiting, hiring and retaining Veterans.

“It was an easy decision to become V3 certified. Our products detect dangerous chemicals and explosives that could harm our troops. Not only do we want to keep soldiers safe when they’re deployed, we want to provide a place where they can work, contribute and feel valued when they come home,” said Kimberly Pricenski, vice president of sales and marketing for Morphix.

Morphix makes products that keep our troops safe, like the Chameleon Chemical Detection Armband. The Chameleon armband indicates the presence of a toxic gas by a color change that alerts the wearer of danger.

In addition to the Chameleon, Morphix produces the TraceX Explosives Detection Kit. The TraceX Explosives Detection Kit is designed to help identify bombers, bomb-makers and their bomb-making facilities. It detects the most common explosive materials and their precursors at trace levels in a single test.

If you’d like to learn more about the TraceX Explosives Detection Kit or the Chameleon Chemical Detection Armband, please contact Morphix Technologies toll free at 800-808-2234 or locally at 757-431-2260. You can also emailsales@morphtec.com.

Visit the website at www.morphtec.com to learn more or join the ongoing conversation on Facebook.

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