Morphix Technologies’ Newest Product, the TraceX® Explosives Kit, Available through the National Stock System.

Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, is pleased to announce its new solution in the detection of Home Made Explosives (HMEs) and precursors, the TraceX® Explosives Kit, has received a National Stock Number (6665-01-623-0153). The National Stock Number was issued by NAVSUP Weapon Systems Support allowing the TraceX® Explosives Kit to be purchased by all U.S. Government military and federal agencies under approved acquisition systems.

IMG_6394The new, affordable and easy-to-use product aids in detecting the major explosive material threats and their precursors in a single test without exposing the user or kit to contamination or dangerous chemicals. The TraceX® Explosives Kit 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 into 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® Explosives Kit detects all the major families of explosive materials and their precursors.

If you’d like to receive more information on The TraceX® Explosives Kit and how it can aid in detection of common explosive materials, please contact Morphix Technologies® toll free at 800-808-2234 or locally at 757-431-2260.

More information can be found at www.morphtec.com. Join the ongoing conversation on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MorphixTechnologies.

Morphix Technologies Introduces the Newest Technological Advancement in Homemade Explosive Material Detection, the TraceX™ Explosives Kit

TraceX™ Explosives Kit designed to help identify bombers, bomb-makers

and bomb-making facilities in a single test.

 Morphix TechnologiesMorphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, announces a new solution for the detection of homemade explosive material with the TraceX™ Explosives Kit. The new, affordable and easy-to-use product aids in detecting the major explosive material threats and their precursors in a single test without exposing the user or kit to contamination or dangerous chemicals.

Morphix Technologies TraceX Explosives Kit

Morphix Technologies TraceX Explosives Kit

Explosives remain the weapon of choice for terrorists around the world. While once the domain of international terrorist organizations, bombs are now a threat from local, home-grown terrorists as well. Sadly, Home Made Explosives, also known as HMEs, and Improvised Explosive Devices, known as IEDs, have become a fact of modern life. Military, law enforcement and intelligence personnel have a dual-role: uncovering the bomb networks before the bombers do harm, and investigating an incident after it occurs.

Soldiers using TraceXTraditionally, electronic explosive detection devices have been used to detect common explosive materials and their precursors. These devices require a great deal of specialized training, a large budget and regular maintenance. While colorimetric explosive detection kits have existed for some time, they often require the user to mix chemicals, perform serial analyses and multiple swabs or tests, and then use a chart to interpret the results. Existing colorimetric kits are often difficult to use, especially in stressful situations. These kits can also expose the user to dangerous chemicals, and expose the kit to contamination from the environment or the user, leading to unreliable results.bomb Squad

The TraceX™ Explosives Kit 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 into 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™ Explosives Kit detects all the major families of explosive materials and their precursors. Due in part to TraceX’s simple color-change alert system, a single color indicates the presence of a particular family of explosive material. While standard pens and wipes can detect between 1-3 and 1-4 explosive families in one test cycle in two to 12 minutes respectively, the TraceX™ Explosives Kit can detect nine in under three minutes.

If you’d like to receive more information on The TraceX™ Explosives 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 view the TraceX™ Presentation here.  You can also reach us by email at sales@morphtec.com, visit our website at www.morphtec.com or join the ongoing conversation on Facebook at www.facebook.com/MorphixTechnologies.

More information can be found at www.morphtec.com.

About Morphix Technologies®:

Morphix Technologies®, located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company creating and manufacturing products that detect invisible dangers in order to save lives. Morphix Technologies has taken innovation to the next level with high-quality, easy-to-use, cost effective and simple colorimetric sensor technology for military, first responders, emergency, homeland security and industrial personnel. The latest product, the Chameleon®, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to ten different hazards at one time in a variety of operating environments, has provided their customers whose job is often in harm’s way, a lifesaving, early response system like no other on the market today. www.morphtec.com

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® CHAMELEON® CASSETTE FOR AMMONIA

 

Cassette Alerts First Responders, Police, EMS, Military or Fire Fighters

to Ammonia Exposure Resulting from Clandestine Methamphetamine Labs

or “Shake-n-Bake” Situations

 

Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of colorimetric detection devices for dangerous chemical gases, has developed an Ammonia sensor cassette for the Chameleon® Clan-Meth Lab Detection Kit. The Ammonia sensor detects gases and vapors in the air where other technologies only detect hazards in liquid or aerosol forms. Gaseous forms of the toxic chemical are the most likely danger to fire fighters, first responders, EMS, police, military and homeland security professionals. All Chameleon® kits are designed for an easy on / easy off fit on the wearer’s forearm and can be worn over most turn-out gear or level-A suits.Morphix Ammonia Cassette

According to the New York State Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance Project, 24% of the events associated with First Responder injuries were due to ammonia exposure. Ammonia’s primary uses are as an agricultural fertilizer and refrigerant in cold storage facilities. Ammonia is also an ingredient in the manufacture of gunpowder and sulfuric acid, as well as illegal methamphetamines.

Ammonia vapor has a sharp, irritating and pungent odor that acts as a warning of potentially dangerous exposure. Exposure to very high concentrations of gaseous Ammonia can result in lung damage and even death. Although Ammonia is regulated in the United States as a non-flammable gas, it still meets the definition of a material that is toxic by inhalation.

The Ammonia sensor developed by Morphix Technologies is part of an easy-to-use, low-cost Chameleon® Clan-Meth Lab Detection Kit to be used alone or in addition to hazardous chemical protective suits and masks to identify dangerous levels of Ammonia and other toxic chemicals during a clandestine methamphetamine lab or “shake-n-bake” investigation.

The Ammonia sensor will change color when the toxic gas is present and requires no power source or calibration. Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, the Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments. It can be used in desert heat, arctic cold or tropical conditions and can even be immersed in water.

For more information on any of the Chameleon® Detection Kits visit www.morphtec.com.

 

 

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES INTRODUCES NEW CHAMELEON® ARSON INVESTIGATION KIT

New Chameleon® Kit is configured with toxic chemical sensor specifically for responders and personnel in arson/fire investigations.

 Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, has released the new Chameleon® Arson Investigation Kit to provide responders, law enforcement and fire scene investigators with an easy-to-use, low-cost tool to identify dangerous levels of toxic chemicals in the investigation after a fire.         Arson_Investigators

Whether a fire occurs in a residence, business or industrial facility, combustion creates a cocktail of toxic gases in the fire smoke. After a fire has been resolved, fire officials, arson investigators, and law enforcement are called to ascertain whether a fire was criminal or accidental in nature. Even with the fire extinguished, the burn site still produces unseen toxic chemicals. Since several of these chemicals are not visible or produce a distinct odor, investigators and other personnel may not be aware of the airborne hazards. The new Chameleon® Arson Investigation Kit alerts the investigating team to the potential of toxic gases allowing them to leave the area or take other precautions before an injury can occur.

The Chameleon® Arson Investigation Kit can be used alone or in addition to chemical protective suits and masks to identify dangerous levels of a variety of hazardous chemicals. The Arson Investigation Kit includes an adjustable arm band and easy-to-use cassette holder with 8 different cassettes. The chemical sensors include; ammonia, acid(low pH), hydrogen cyanide, hydrogen fluoride, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide and phosgene. The cassette sensor changes color when the toxic gas is present and requires no power source or calibration. Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, The Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments including desert heat, artic cold, tropical conditions and immersion in salt or fresh water.

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPS AND RELEASES NEW CYANIDE (AC/CK) CASSETTE

An increase in firefighter related injuries due to hydrogen cyanide toxic fumes has made HCN gas the second and equally hazardous threat in fire smoke to firefighters and responders.

 Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, in response to the demand from the firefighting community, has released its newest chemical detection cassette for hydrogen cyanide. The new Cyanide (AC/CK) cassette detects both hydrogen cyanide and cyanogen chloride.    Firefighters

Increasingly, firefighters are experiencing exposure to hydrogen cyanide in fire smoke due to the combustion of products such as plastics, polymers, foam, melamine, polyacrylonitriles, synthetic rubber and common materials such as silk, wool and cotton. Hydrogen cyanide is 35 times more toxic than the more common carbon monoxide gases 1. It enters the body through absorption, inhalation or ingestion targeting the heart and brain. Firefighters feel dizzy, disoriented, complain of headaches or achiness. These symptoms may occur immediately or days after the fire scene.

Although hydrogen cyanide is burned away during combustion, as long as the objects heated within the fire remain at an elevated temperature, they will continue to produce HCN. A fire incident scene can still produce enough HCN to affect arson investigators or the general population in close proximity. Because HCN does not have a discernible odor, investigators, fire responders and civilians within the area may not be aware of the danger still present after the fire has been resolved.

Chameleon Cyanide Cassette Group

Chameleon Cyanide Cassette Group

The new Cyanide (AC/AK) cassette, developed by Morphix Technologies, is part of an easy-to-use, low-cost Chameleon® Detection Kit that can be used alone or in addition to chemical protective suits and masks to identify dangerous levels of hydrogen cyanide during or after a fire. The Cyanide sensor changes color when the toxic gas is present and requires no power source or calibration. Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, The Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments including desert heat, artic cold, tropical conditions and immersion in salt or fresh water.

More information can be found at www.morphtec.com or “like” Morphix Technologies on Facebook for an ongoing discussion.

1Hydrogen Cyanide: New Generation Concerns Resulting in Firefighting Tactics and Medicine,” Captain Rick Rockford, Jacksonville Fire Rescue Department (F1), Field Incident Safety Officer, 2nd Battalion, www.everyonegoeshome.org

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® RAISES $167 FOR TEAM HOT FRITATAS OF THE 2012 KOMEN TIDEWATER RACE FOR THE CURE®

Susan G. Komen Tidewater Race for the CureMorphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of colorimetric detection devices for toxic gases, today announced the fundraising results for Team Hot FriTaTas, Morphix Technologies’ participating team of employees, in the 2012 Komen Tidewater  Race for the Cure®.  One dollar was donated for every new fan that “liked” the Morphix Technologies Facebook Page by October 12th, 2012 to Team Hot FriTaTas (up to $500). The fundraiser ran for just over one month, aiding Morphix Technologies in successfully gaining 167 new “likes” and providing $167 toward Team Hot FriTaTas and the 2012 Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure®. Overall, the team, which consisted of Morphix Technologies chemists Jacqueline Ware (Team Captain), Deborah Foy, Hazel Anderson, Elijah Jung and Keith Sutyak, raised $317 to contribute toward the cause.

“We are very happy to be able to raise $167 through our Facebook fundraising campaign to donate to such a worthy cause as breast cancer research, funding and awareness through the 2012 Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure®,” remarked Kim Pricenski, VP of Sales and Marketing for Morphix Technologies. “This is the second organization we have been able to help out through our Facebook community and we are just so proud of our employees for participating in this event and bringing awareness to a disease that has affected over 225,000 new women in the United States this year alone.* We hope our fundraiser and Team Hot FriTaTas’ efforts were able to bring in additional attention for the 2012 Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure®.”

There is still time to help this cause and make a donation. Simply visit Team Hot FriTaTas’ fundraising page to make your pledge.Morphix Technologies Team at SGK race

*according to the American Cancer Society: http://www.cancer.org/Cancer/BreastCancer/OverviewGuide/breast-cancer-overview-key-statistics

About Morphix Technologies®:

Morphix Technologies®, located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company developing and manufacturing products that detect invisible dangers in order to save lives. Morphix Technologies has taken innovation to the next level with high-quality, easy-to-use, cost effective simple colorimetric sensor technology for military, first responders, emergency, homeland security and industrial personnel. The latest product, the Chameleon®, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to ten different hazards at one time in a variety of operating environments, has provided their customers whose job is often in Harm’s Way, a lifesaving, early response system like no other on the market today. www.morphtec.com

About the Tidewater Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®:

The Tidewater Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® is dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front. Up to 75% of the Affiliate’s net income goes toward funding grants to local hospitals and community organizations that provide breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment programs for medically underserved women. The remaining net income (a minimum of 25%) supports the national Komen Grants Program, which funds groundbreaking breast cancer research, meritorious awards and educational and scientific programs around the world.

The Tidewater Affiliate’s services area covers the cities and counties of Accomack, Chesapeake, Franklin, Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Newport News, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Southampton, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg and York.

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® LAUNCHES FUNDRAISER CAMPAIGN FOR TEAM HOT FRITATAS OF THE 2012 KOMEN TIDEWATER RACE FOR THE CURE®

One Dollar (Up to $500) Will Be Donated to Team Hot FriTaTas, Morphix Technologies’ Participating Team, in the 2012 Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure® for Every New Fan that “Likes” the Morphix Technologies Facebook Page by October 12th, 2012

 Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of colorimetric detection devices for toxic gases, is pleased to announce the launch of a very special fundraiser for Team Hot FriTaTas, Morphix Technologies’ participating team of employees, in the 2012 Komen Tidewater  Race for the Cure®.  Morphix Technologies will be helping the 2012 Komen Tidewater Affiliate and Team Hot FriTaTa’s by donating one dollar for every new fan that “likes” the Morphix Technologies Facebook Page by 11:59 p.m. EST, October 12th, 2012 (up to $500).

Susan G. Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure

Susan G. Komen Tidewater Race for the Cure

Members of Team Hot FriTaTas are each playing a part in helping the Tidewater Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® end breast cancer forever. Visit the Morphix Technologies’ Facebook Page and “like” the page to help their effort or make your own donation by visiting Team Hot FriTaTas’ fundraising page.

About Morphix Technologies®:

Morphix Technologies®, located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company developing and manufacturing products that detect invisible dangers in order to save lives. Morphix Technologies has taken innovation to the next level with high-quality, easy-to-use, cost effective simple colorimetric sensor technology for military, first responders, emergency, homeland security and industrial personnel. The latest product, the Chameleon®, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to ten different hazards at one time in a variety of operating environments, has provided their customers whose job is often in Harm’s Way, a lifesaving, early response system like no other on the market today. www.morphtec.com

About the Tidewater Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure®:

The Tidewater Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® is dedicated to combating breast cancer at every front. Up to 75% of the Affiliate’s net income goes toward funding grants to local hospitals and community organizations that provide breast health education and breast cancer screening and treatment programs for medically underserved women. The remaining net income (a minimum of 25%) supports the national Komen Grants Program, which funds groundbreaking breast cancer research, meritorious awards and educational and scientific programs around the world.

The Tidewater Affiliate’s services area covers the cities and counties of Accomack, Chesapeake, Franklin, Gloucester, Hampton, Isle of Wight, James City, Lancaster, Mathews, Middlesex, Newport News, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Poquoson, Portsmouth, Southampton, Suffolk, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg and York.

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® WINS DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITYIDIQ CONTRACT FOR THE CHAMELEON® CHEMICAL DETECTOR CASSETTES

Chameleon Chemical Detectors Approved for use by the U.S. Coast Guard in a Maritime Environment 

 Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of colorimetric detection devices for toxic gases, has been awarded an Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract by the Department of Homeland Security. The contract stipulates that Morphix Technologies is the sole source to supply the Chameleon® customized chemical detection unit with eight (8) chemical detector cassettes.

The award states that, “Morphix Technologies is the only manufacturer that is capable of producing an acceptable maritime chemical detection system for the U.S. Coast Guard that has been tested and verified by an independent U.S. Government laboratory. Testing and verification requires the detection cassettes to be fully capable to be worn for an extended period of time in an operational environment (land and maritime), diverse weather climates/environments and be submerged in salt/fresh water for extended periods. The Department of Defense has completed its verification of the Morphix Technologies detection cassettes for the intended operational environment. Additionally, the USCG has completed extended operational evaluations during its 13-month WMD response test and evaluation program. As a result of this verification process, the lightweight chemical detectors have been approved for use by the USCG in a maritime environment that contains chemical agents.”

Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, the Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments. It can be used in desert heat, arctic cold or tropical conditions and can even be immersed in water.Morphix Technologies Hydrogen Flouride Chameleon Cassette

For more information on any of the Chameleon® Detection Kits visit www.morphtec.com.

About Morphix Technologies®:

Morphix Technologies®, located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company developing and manufacturing products that detect invisible dangers in order to save lives. Morphix Technologies has taken innovation to the next level with high-quality, easy-to-use, cost effective simple colorimetric sensor technology for military, first responders, emergency, homeland security and industrial personnel. The latest product, the Chameleon®, a wearable device that allows hands-free detection of up to ten different hazards at one time in a variety of operating environments, has provided their customers whose job is often in Harm’s Way, a lifesaving, early response system like no other on the market today. www.morphtec.com

MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® RELEASES NEW CHAMELEON® CASSETTE FOR HYDROGEN FLUORIDE

New Cassette Alerts First Responders, Police, Military or Fire Fighters to Hydrogen Fluoride Exposure Resulting from Industrial Accident

 

Morphix Technologies has developed a hydrogen fluoride sensor cassette for the Chameleon® chemical detection unit. The new hydrogen fluoride (HF) sensor detects gases and vapors in the air where other technologies only detect hazards in liquid or aerosol forms. Gaseous forms of the toxic chemical are the most likely danger to fire fighters, first responders, police and homeland security professionals. All Chameleon® kits are designed for an easy on/easy off fit on the wearer’s forearm and can be worn over most turn-out gear or level-A suits.Morphix Technologies Hydrogen Flouride Chameleon Cassette

Hydrogen fluoride and its variants are ranked as one of the most dangerous families of chemicals used in manufacturing facilities. Hydrogen fluoride is commonly used to make refrigerants, herbicides, pharmaceuticals, high-octane gasoline, aluminum, plastics, electrical components and fluorescent light bulbs. Over half of all production of hydrogen fluoride is used in the manufacturing of refrigerants. Hydrogen fluoride exists as a colorless gas or a fuming liquid, or it can be dissolved in water. When it is dissolved in water, it becomes hydrofluoric acid. Exposure to hydrofluoric acid can occur during an industrial accident or as a result of a natural disaster affecting manufacturing facilities and damaging storage containers of the chemical.

Hydrogen fluoride has a strong, irritating odor that is discernible at concentrations of 0.04 ppm. In the form of hydrofluoric acid, hydrogen fluoride is colorless and is indistinguishable visually in water. The gas can cause severe eye, mucous membrane and skin irritations. In large concentrations, hydrogen fluoride aggressively penetrates tissues and results in cell destruction such as skin burns, corneal clouding and destruction, multi-organ failure, respiratory paralysis, cardiac failure and even death.

The new hydrogen fluoride sensor developed by Morphix Technologies will be part of the easy-to-use, low-cost Chameleon® Hazmat Detection Kit to be used alone or in addition to hazardous chemical protective suits and masks to identify dangerous levels of hydrogen fluoride and other toxic chemicals in industrial accidents.

The hydrogen fluoride sensor will change color when the toxic gas is present and requires no power source or calibration.

Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, the Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments. It can be used in desert heat, arctic cold or tropical conditions and can even be immersed in water.

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MORPHIX TECHNOLOGIES® UNVEILS NEW EDUCATIONAL VIDEO ON PRODUCT TO DETECT METHAMPHETAMINE LABS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON FIRST RESPONDERS

Methamphetamine has become the number one drug of choice for abusers since the 1980’s, surpassing cocaine.  The meteoric rise in use is due largely to its commonplace ingredients, ease of manufacture and low cost.  Illegal production in small labs using homemade recipes increased rapidly in a little over ten years.  By 2006, a U.N. World Drug Report cited over 26 million meth addicts in the world; the number of addicts equaled the combined number for cocaine and heroin users.  The United States, in 2006, had 1.4 million meth users.

When officers respond to a call, they do not always know what waits for them behind the door.  In some cases, they come across makeshift meth labs.  Many officers have experienced the immediate effects of exposure with burning eyes, throats and coughing, while others, after repeated exposures, have chronic effects.  These may include esophageal problems, autoimmune disease, heart attacks, strokes, gall bladder problems and other rare disorders.  In at least one case in Utah, a former officer died of causes believed to be related to frequent exposure to the chemicals involved in meth production.

Morphix Technologies®, an innovator in the science of colorimetric detection devices for dangerous chemical gases, is on the forefront of preventing accidental exposure to first responders from these toxic chemicals with the release of their educational video “Detection of Methamphetamine Labs and Their Effects on First Responders”.  The video discusses what methamphetamine is and the history and spread of its use throughout the United States, as well as how its use and production affects first responders.  The video also provides helpful tips on how first responders can protect themselves.

First responders can take the extra step to protect themselves in such scenarios by wearing the Chameleon® Clan-Meth Lab Detection Kit, a field-configurable chemical detection unit, manufactured by Morphix Technologies®.  The Chameleon® is a low-cost, easy-to-use, hands-free solution for first responders.  It contains disposable cassettes that detect five different toxic gases commonly found in methamphetamine production.

The Chameleon® is the best early detection method available to determine if harmful chemicals are present in an unknown situation.  Most police and EMS agencies do not have chemical detection equipment available to them, thus the need for a simple, inexpensive method, such as the Chameleon®, to determine if chemical hazards are present.

The Chameleon® can be used for “whole house” or “shake and bake” methamphetamine lab situations.  In addition to the protection of officers, the Chameleon® can also provide probable cause for search warrants.

The use of Chameleon® Detection Kits by police, fire and first responders during calls of service and as a part of their training program can provide an extra measure of safety and perhaps even save lives.  In addition to safety considerations, the use of the Chameleon® can reduce liability, injury and  time off as well as the associated cost.

The Chameleon® is designed for an easy on/easy off fit on the wearer’s forearm and can be worn over most turn-out gear or Level-A suits.  The sensors change color when toxic gases are present and require no power source or calibration.  Unlike current colorimetric detection systems, the Chameleon® is designed to military standards for use in a wide variety of operating environments.  It can be used in desert heat, arctic cold or tropical conditions and can even be immersed in water.  The Chameleon® detects gases and vapors in the air where other technologies only detect hazards in liquid or aerosol forms.  Gaseous forms of toxic chemicals are the most likely danger to first responders, police and fire personnel.

The Chameleon® Clan-Meth Lab Detection Kit contains two armbands and ten sensors each for: ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, iodine, low pH (acid) and phosphine. For more information on any of the Chameleon® Detection Kits visit www.morphtec.com.

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