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MORPHIX CHEMICAL DETECTION CASSETTES (50 PER CHEMICAL NAME) 7 CHEMICALS USA

MORPHIX CHEMICAL DETECTION CASSETTES (50 PER CHEMICAL NAME) 7 CHEMICALS USA

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MORPHIX (MORPHTEC) CHEMICAL DETECTION CASSETTES. YOU GET 50 CASSETTES. 

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084005 ACID (LOW PH) GASES: Operating Instructions Low pH (Acid) Cassette (Part Number: 084005) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. This cassette responds to strong acid gases such as hydrochloric acid, hydrobromic acid and nitric acid. It does not respond to weak acid gases such as hydrogen iodine, acetic acid and acrylic acid. Exposure can occur in many situations. Storage tank leaks in chemical plants and during transportation result in exposure to acid vapors. Hydrochloric acid can be released when PVC electric cable jacketing is burned. Fluorocarbon refrigerants are non-flammable and non-explosive, but exposure to flames or hot surfaces will cause these compounds to generate hydrochloric acid and hydrofluoric acid. Household chemicals, when exposed to high heat can also generate acid vapors. A growing source of exposure to acid vapors occurs in clandestine methamphetamine laboratories. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the low pH (acid) cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Description Concentration Reaction Time Hydrogen Chloride 25 ppm 3 min. Nitric Acid 12.5 ppm 4 min. Hydrogen Bromide 15 ppm 5 min

084015 AMMONIA:
Operating Instructions Ammonia Cassette (Part Number: 084015) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. According to the New York State Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance Project, 24% of the events associated with First Responder injuries were due to exposure to ammonia. 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. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the ammonia cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Description Concentration Reaction Time Ammonia 150 ppm 1 - 3 minutes

084020 HIGH PH BASE:High pH (Base) Cassette (Part Number: 084020) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. Common basic gases include ammonia, hydrazine, 1,1-dimethylhydrazine, methylamine and allylamine. Exposure to basic gases can occur in many situations. Storage tank leaks in chemical plants and during transportation result in exposure to basic vapors. According to the New York State Hazardous Substances Emergency Events Surveillance Project, 24% of the events associated with First Responder injuries were due to exposure to ammonia. 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. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the high pH (base) cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Description Concentration Reaction Time High pH (Base) pH > 8.5 1 - 3 minutes

084030 HYDROGEN SULFIDE:
Hydrogen Sulfide Cassette (Part Number: 084030) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. Sources of hydrogen sulfide include industrial activities, such as food processing, coke ovens, kraft paper mills and tanneries. Other sources of hydrogen sulfide are gas and oil drilling operations, landfills and wastewater treatment facilities. Hydrogen sulfide is a significant threat because it is released primarily as a gas and spreads in the air. In addition, hydrogen sulfide remains in the atmosphere for about 18 hours. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the hydrogen sulfide cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Description Concentration Reaction Time Hydrogen Sulfide 50 ppm 3 minutes

084035 CHLORINE/FLUORINE:
 Chlorine / Fluorine Cassette (Part Number: 084035) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. Exposure to chlorine gas can occur during the synthesis of other chemicals, bleaches and disinfectants. Chlorine is a common industrial chemical and is used in most water treatment facilities. Fluorine gas is very reactive and quickly attacks all metals - steel wool may burst into flames when exposed to it. Exposure to fluorine may occur during the synthesis of other chemicals. Storage tank leaks in chemical plants and during transportation result in exposure to chlorine and fluorine vapors. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the chlorine / fluorine cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Description Concentration Reaction Time Chlorine 5 ppm 4 minutes Fluorine 5 ppm 4 minutes

084040 DIBORANE: Diborane Cassette (Part Number: 084040) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Marine Corps, the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. Diborane is used as a reducing agent, rocket fuel, semiconductor dopant, catalyst and in organic synthesis. It is a colorless gas at room temperature with a repulsive, sweet odor. Short-term exposure may cause a sensation of tightness of the chest, shortness of breath, cough and wheezing. These signs and symptoms can occur immediately or may be delayed for up to 24 hours. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the diborane cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Unexposed Exposed Concentration Reaction Time 7.5 ppm 30 seconds

084045 HYDRAZINE: Hydrazine Cassette (Part Number: 084045) Applications: The Chameleon is the only hands-free, power-free, chemical detector for gases and vapors in air, allowing First Responders, Firefighters, EMS, Police Officers and Military to detect the presence of hazardous chemicals. No liquid sample required. The Chameleon may even be immersed in salt water or fresh water without affecting its performance. Developed under funding by the United States Navy through a Small Business Innovative Research Grant the Chameleon is ideal for users to screen unknown hazards in their environment. Hydrazine is used predominantly as a fuel for rocket and jet engines and in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. Hydrazine salts are used in refining and as corrosion inhibitors. Exposure to hydrazine is extremely destructive to the tissues of the mucous membranes and upper respiratory tract. Symptoms of exposure may include coughing, wheezing, laryngitis, and shortness of breath, headache, nausea and vomiting. Specifications: The chemical sensor in the hydrazine cassette shows an easy to see color change. Half of the sensor window will change color. Hydrazine Cassette (Part Number: 084045). Concentration Reaction Time 25 ppm 5 minutes