Morphix Technologies® to Exhibit at American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce)

Morphix Technologies® to exhibit at Booth #1115 in Washington State Convention Center, June 4-7, 2017.

Virginia Beach, Va. (May 2017)Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, will be exhibiting at the 2017 American Industrial Hygiene Conference & Exposition (AIHce), to be held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, June 4-7, 2017. Morphix will be exhibiting at Booth #1115. They will be displaying their SafeAir® Chemical Detection Badges and ChromAir® Exposure Monitoring System.
“This is one of my favorite conferences! I enjoy the opportunity to see customers that we have had the privilege to serve, in some cases, for more than 20 years,” said Kimberly Pricenski, vice president of sales and marketing for Morphix.


SafeAir Badges

SafeAir Chemical Detection Badge

SafeAir offers immediate visual confirmation of a specific chemical hazard and is available for many different toxic industrial chemicals. The highly sensitive and selective sensor in the SafeAir badge is designed to show a color change, which appears as an exclamation point when a particular chemical is present.

ChromAir Badge on Shirt

ChromAir Exposure Monitoring System

ChromAir monitors the amount of exposure to dangerous chemicals and can be used for time weighted average or STEL monitoring. Since the results are provided directly on the badge, the IH can take immediate action.
The AIHce gathers together America’s best and brightest professionals responsible for safe and healthy environments in industrial settings. AIHce provides these professionals with a wealth of knowledge and expertise through a varied array of quality, peer-reviewed presentations, lectures, lunch discussions, roundtables, podium and poster sessions and pre-conference Professional Development Courses.
If you’d like to receive more information on ChromAir or SafeAir, please contact Morphix Technologies toll-free at 800-808-2234 or locally at 757-431-2260. You can also email

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