Fire Service Industry News: Morphix Technologies Releases New Chameleon Nitrogen Dioxide Cassette

04/15/2013
Morphix TechnologiesĀ®, in the field of science of colorimetric detection devices for dangerous chemical gases, has developed a nitrogen dioxide sensor cassette for the ChameleonĀ® Detection Kit. The nitrogen dioxide sensor detects small amounts of this noxious and toxic chemical before it can cause illness or fatality. Nitrogen dioxide is a common toxic gas with a reddish brown color and a sharp biting odor. It is prominently found in air pollution and is produced by internal combustion engines, thermal power stations and even within household kerosene and gas heaters. But the most toxic forms of nitrogen dioxide are the result of building fires: residential and commercial. Nitrogen dioxi...

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