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Morphix Technologies' Explosives Detection Kit Scores High in NTOA Review

July 09, 2014  | 

Morphix Technologies, a manufacturer of detection devices for dangerous chemicals, has announced that its TraceX Explosives Detection Kit has received a 4.32 out of a possible 5 points from the National Tactical Officers Association Member Tested and Recommended Program. Morphix Technologies can now display the NTOA Member Tested and Recommended Logo on its marketing materials.

The TraceX Explosives Detection Kit was developed by Morphix Technologies under contract from the U.S. Department of Defense and meets its demanding requirements. Designed small enough to fit into a cargo pocket, lightweight and rugged, both testing field officers commented on how “very durable, safe and easy-to-use” the kit proved to be.

One field testing officer continued, “the self-contained testing kit keeps all testing chemicals contained within itself, providing no harmful exposure to users. The test and results are all conducted and displayed within the unit, simplifying the procedure and removing the possibility of user error and the resulting consequences. With one sample, the kit is able to test for nine different explosives in one easy-to-use test. The kit is small enough to carry on your person and is durably constructed."

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 Detection Kit detects all the major families of explosive materials and their precursors.

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