Virginia Beach, Va. (September 2016) – Morphix Technologies, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, will be exhibiting at two upcoming International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (IABTI) regional trainings. The first training will be held Oct. 3-7 in Spokane, Washington, at the Northern Quest Resort. The second training will be held Oct. 31 – Nov. 4 in Long Branch, New Jersey, at the Ocean Place Resort. Morphix will be displaying its TraceX Explosives Detection Kit and its Chameleon Chemical Detection Armband.
“The job of Bomb Technicians is extremely dangerous. We want to help to keep them safe by providing low cost easy to use tools for both explosive detection and chemical detection. We originally developed our TraceX Explosives Detection Kit and Chameleon Chemical Detection Armband for the military but are confident that these kits will also help bomb technicians to be safe by allowing them to able to quickly and inexpensively detect explosives and dangerous chemicals. Stop by our booth and check out the TraceX and Chameleon,” said Kimberly Pricenski, vice president of sales and marketing for Morphix Technologies.
The TraceX Explosives Detection Kit is designed to help identify bombers, bomb-makers and their bomb-making facilities. This inexpensive kit can fit into a pocket and once deployed can detect most common explosive materials and their precursors at trace levels in a single test.
The Chameleon Chemical Detection Armband is an easy-to-use, inexpensive, wearable, reusable armband that can hold up to 10 cassettes, each of which detects a particular toxic chemical and changes color upon detection. It has been approved by the U.S. SAFETY Act of the Department of Homeland Security as an anti-terrorist technology.
If you’d like to receive more information on theChameleon or TraceX, please contact Morphix Technologies toll free at 800-808-2234 or locally at 757-431-2260. You can also email@example.com.