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Evidence Drying Cabinets

September 18, 2009
Misonix's Evidence Drying Cabinets prevent decomposition of evidence and protect users from exposure to unknown substances. Filtered air passes through the cabinet, drying the wet evidence. Potential bacteria, viruses, and odors are removed by HEPA and carbon filtration before clean air is returned to the room.

VRAD Video Radiological Adapter

November 1, 2008
Zistos Corp.’s new patent pending VRAD Video Radiological Adapter generates an early warning by enunciating radiological alarm events on the surveillance video screen. This can alarm against an act of terrorism or industrial sabotage, using a dirty bomb or radiological materials as a contaminant. The system cost-effectively adds radiological detection into fixed or mobile surveillance camera systems using existing video cameras, cables, and monitors.

SWAT-PAK SCBA

April 1, 2008
With its black design and time-tested, fire-proven Scott Air-Pak SCBA components, Scott’s Swat-Pak SCBA provides SWAT teams with protection during high-risk search and rescue operations from hazardous chemicals or biological environments.

Tychem ThermoPro

April 1, 2008
DuPont’s Tychem ThermoPro combines the chemical protection of Tychem and thermal protection of NOMEX in a single-layer garment. It's designed to help provide Hazmat responders with permeation protection against a broad range of toxic industrial chemicals and chemical warfare agents and to increase escape time from flash fires.

SCBA-G Combination SCBA/PAPR

April 1, 2008
The SCBA-G is a modular combination SCBA/PAPR designed to provide long-duration breathing protection to emergency responders. Utilizing proven, tested technology, the SCBA-G is ideal for missions requiring long entry/egress or involving unknown elements that may require more or less protection.

Tychem QC for Corrections

December 1, 2007
Specifically designed for the corrections market and cell extraction, Dupont’s Tychem QC garment delivers protection against the biohazards and viral contaminants potentially faced when working with prisoners.

Firing Range Vacuums

July 1, 2007
Ruwac’s new line of explosion-proof vacuums, the FRV Series, helps to meet rigid cleaning standards for collection and containment of hazardous debris in shooting ranges while maintaining safety. Available with electric or air-powered motors, all models in the FRV Series feature anti-static, chemically neutral housing and components.

Biological Agent Detector

June 1, 2007
MSA’s new BIOSENSOR 2200R Biological Agent Detector is a portable, handheld biohazard detection instrument for rapid detection and analysis of biological agents. On-site portable analysis during white powder response calls offers rapid detection, ease of use, high sensitivity, and a low rate of false positives.

Thorogood by Weinbrenner Hellfire Haz-Mat boots

August 1, 2005
The Hellfire Haz-Mat boot from Thorogood is built with multiple layers of flame-suppressing materials. The boots also feature a dipped neoprene synthetic latex outer layer to protect from chemicals, and numerous rubber layers to prevent chemical penetration.

MSA Ultra Elite CBRN Gas Mask

July 1, 2005
This new gas mask from MSA is designed to provide respiratory protection against chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear agents that may be used in terrorist attacks. The mask removes harmful gases, vapors, and particulates from the air. The canister contains chemical sorbets and a P100 filter to attract, retain, and neutralize contaminants.

Fools Rush In

September 1, 2002

Then you see them, casualties. Many of them, grotesquely motionless, obscured by the low hanging mist.

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