Unfortunately, chemical spills, explosive incidents, and a variety of other health-threatening situations are a part of life. But that doesn’t mean they have to put lives at risk. Blackline is here to provide an industry-leading, comprehensive safety solution to any and every imaginable emergency response situation.

When every second counts, you need speed and real-time visibility.

When an incident occurs, getting a command center up and running fast is critical. With connected devices streaming data in real-time, Blackline’s solutions allow you to quickly set up a command center on the scene or take command with full visibility into the scenario from anywhere, such as the fire station or E.O.C. And with unmatched capabilities and proven durability, their place among hazmat teams and first responders is unquestionable.

G7 EXO portable area gas monitors have integrated cellular connectivity as do G7 personal wearables. Both devices also have optional satellite connectivity, through a portable bridge, for even the most remote locations. And our GPS-enabled location technology and direct-to-cloud data streaming, mean you get real-time information and visibility of the conditions faced by each responder right at your fingertips.

Preparation is more than key. It’s vital.

Response teams need to focus on the task at hand rather than being tasked with an unnecessarily long equipment deployment. Having reliable, easy-to-use devices saves valuable time when arriving at an incident. Our devices automatically connect to the cloud and begin sending data to your department’s dashboard in under three minutes. And with automated firmware updates over the air, they’re always up to date. Our award-winning, intuitive user interface translates to minimal training requirements and hassle-free use to provide powerful insights into the safety of every responder. 

Detect up to five gases simultaneously.

Responding to unknown hazardous situations requires the flexibility to change sensor configurations on the fly. Whether you need to test for hydrogen sulfide, methane, and carbon dioxide for a confined space rescue, or levels of ammonia at a fertilizer plant, we’ve got you covered.

Select single-gas diffusion, multi-gas diffusion, or multi-gas pump cartridges for any device, and from a range of sensor configurations to address the unique hazards of each of your potential incidents. Each device can be configured while traveling to the scene by swapping out the sensor cartridge – not the entire device. 

Choose from a broad portfolio of up to 20 sensors.

Unmatched durability.

Most fire, hazmat, and emergency responses are in unknown environments — which means you need technology as durable and hard-working as your team is. All our devices are built for extremes and put to work in the toughest conditions. Be prepared for any condition that may be encountered. 

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