The TraceX Explosive Detection Kit from Morphix Technologies Now Shelf Stable for Up to Two Years

The TraceX® Explosive Detection Kit, designed to help identify bombers, bomb-makers and bomb-making facilities in a single test, increases shelf life from 12 months to two years.

Virginia Beach, Va. (October 2017)Morphix Technologies, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, today announced that itsTraceX® Explosive Detection Kit can now support a two-year (24 months) shelf life stored at room temperature. When the TraceX Explosive Detection Kit was initially released in 2013, it was able to stay shelf stable for up to 12 months. Now, the kit is able to support a shelf life double that.

“The fact that our TraceX Explosive Detection Kit can now support a two-year shelf life is fantastic news for our customers. Our kit has always been low-cost and simple to use, but now that it can support a shelf life twice as long as before means our customers will save even more money in the long run. It’s the same great product, now even better!” remarked Kimberly Pricenski, VP of sales and marketing for Morphix Technologies.

The TraceX Explosive Detection Kit is an affordable and easy-to-use product that aids in the detection of major explosive material threats and their precursors in a single test without exposing the kit to contamination or the user to dangerous chemicals. It was developed by Morphix Technologies under contract from the U.S. Department of Defense and meets their demanding requirements. It is small enough to fit in a cargo pocket, lightweight and rugged. Each kit comes in its own disposable protective plastic case, so the handler will be ready to use it when needed. With a single swab, the TraceX Explosive Detection Kit detects all the major families of explosive materials and their precursors.

If you’d like to receive more information on the TraceX Explosive Detection Kit and how it can aid in detection of common explosive materials, please contact us toll free at 800-808-2234 or locally at 757-431-2260. You can also reach us by email

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