FLIR Systems’ TrueTrace® detection technology features a new five-channel sensor array that delivers expanded threat coverage.
First responders must be able to identify potential radiation risks and then determine the source quickly and accurately to implement a proper safety plan.
GT-Fire is equipped with technology to read both flammable (ppm and LEL) gases, or oxygen (O2), carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S) if required.
The ALTAIR 5X detector’s addition of PID capability expands the utility of the ALTAIR 5X Detector for growing applications.
In addition to achieving NFPA compliance, the X380N features exclusive hot and cold spot tracker technology, which immediately identifies the hottest or coldest area of a scene for better informed decisions.
By Dave Lambert The 12,000 residents of Morwell, Australia, didn’t know what to expect when an underground coal seam mine fire broke out on February 9, 2014. The four- by 2½-mile burn began as a grass fire in the tinder-dry wildland area outside of Morwell. The grass fire ignited the brown coal seam, resulting in...
This rapidly deployable kit is designed to be standalone, and holds all the necessary supporting equipment including bump gas, chargers, and HazMatIQ charts.
Military and civilian first responders who use handheld instruments to identify unknown chemicals, explosives, and toxic materials can enhance their capability with a new software upgrade for Thermo Scientific FirstDefender RM and FirstDefender RMX handheld analyzers.
Smiths Detection has released HazMatID Elite, a next-generation handheld device that HazMat response teams use to detect and identify explosives, chemical warfare agents, toxic industrials and narcotics. Emergency response teams have begun adding the Elite to their capabilities, with the first order made by the New Jersey State Police earlier this year. The Elite, which...
By now hopefully you’ve noticed that there’s been quite a bit going on at FireApparatus.com. We now offer a new deliveries section, the ability to submit both new delivery photos and other photos to be used on our Web site and print editions, fire apparatus and equipment videos culled from around the Web, and now...