Atmospheric Monitoring

The Firehouse.com Atmospheric Monitoring product category is a collection of information, product listings and resources for researching various firefighter and technical rescue atmospheric monitoring, including four-gas and single-gas monitors, carbon monoxidee, chemical, biological, CBRNE, air monitoring and accelerant detectors options.
Blackline Safety
Atmospheric Monitoring

Blackline Releases New AlertLink Feature to Improve Safety, Enhance Emergency Response

July 17, 2024
Available now for G7 and EXO devices, AlertLink proximity-based warnings significantly improve site communication, resulting in faster, more informed incident response
Blackline Safety
Peter Attalla has been named Vice President, International Sales for Blackline Safety.
Atmospheric Monitoring

Blackline Safety Appoints Peter Attalla as Vice President, International Sales

May 11, 2023
Peter Attalla has been appointed to the position of Vice President, International Sales as Blackline Safety has grown significantly in those regions.
PED2-IS+
Atmospheric Monitoring

Tracerco Announces Launch of Next Generation Personal Electronic Dosimeter Range

April 27, 2023
The PED2 will provide clients with a patented detection technology to enhance radiological safety performance.
Blackline Safety
Blackline G6 Photo
Atmospheric Monitoring

Blackline Safety Wins Two Product Awards for G6 Single-Gas Wearable

April 18, 2023
The product has been recognized for innovative product design and for outstanding product development in the area of industrial hygiene.
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Atmospheric Monitoring

Product of the Day: RedWave Team Leader App

March 24, 2023
The XplorIR from RedWave Technology is a powerful handheld gas identification system for hotzone use that can identify up to 5,500 gases.
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Atmospheric Monitoring

Product of the Day: G7s + CERES: Gas Detection & Dispersion Modeling Software

March 8, 2023
Blackline Safety partnered with Vlahi Systems to integrate gas sensor data from its cloud-connected area gas detectors with the live weather data flowing into Vlahi’s CERES plume...