Gas Detection on the Fire Ground
More and more, Fire Departments are relying on the gas detection to manage resources on the Fire Ground. News reports will often report people or Firefighters “overcome by smoke,” including personnel outside the Hot Zone in support roles. More than likely, these Firefighters succumbed to one or both of the Toxic Twins, or any of the other dangerous gases present on the Fire Ground.
The comprehensive collection of single-, dual-, and multi-gas detectors from Dräger provide Fire Command information to make appropriate decisions about the safety of Firefighters and others.
Single-Gas Detection on the Fire Ground
Dual-Gas Detection on the Fire Ground
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Multi-Gas Detection on the Fire Ground
Pac 6000 CO for EMS workers and firefighters
When First Responders approach what appears to be a benign situation — a sick person in a home — the Dräger Pac 6000 CO serves as a handy notification that maybe the situation isn’t as benign. If the Dräger Pac 6000 CO alerts, the area may be an IDLH, which requires First Responders to either evacuate themselves and others or don SCBAs for safe rescue.