Blackline adds cutting-edge MPSTM Flammable Gas Sensor technology to its lineup of cloud-connected G7 wearables
June 25, 2020
Blackline Safety Corp., a global leader of gas detection and connected safety solutions, has partnered with NevadaNano, a developer and manufacturer of microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)-based gas sensors, to add the new Molecular Property SpectrometerTM (MPSTM) Flammable Gas Sensor to its G7 lineup of connected safety wearables.
Today’s consumers are no strangers to wireless technology. We can send and share updates with the touch of a finger. Automatic alerts and notifications remind us to pay our bills, lower the thermostat, and even take our medication. So why not apply the same technology to the portable gas monitor industry?
Industrial Scientific announces that Saldy Antony has joined the company as Vice President of Engineering. Saldy will be responsible for leading the company’s engineering team while also developing and executing the company’s global technology strategy.
Evolution within the management team positions company well for continued growth and development
January 9, 2020
Sensidyne, LP, manufacturer and global distributor of industrial health & safety equipment, announces that Howard Mills has been elevated from President to the new role of CEO/CFO and Glenn Warr has assumed the role of President/COO. Both leaders have been key drivers of Sensidyne’s progress and growth for more than two decades.
The industrial sector is facing growing pressure to meet the rising demand for goods and energy. To meet these demands, implementation of IIoT-enabled tools can be instrumental in helping to increase production by improving plant connectivity, efficiency and scalability.
New data from the Environmental Protection Agency indicate that concentrations of ethylene oxide, a colorless and carcinogenic gas, are higher in Phoenix than anywhere else in the country.
The data came from 18 air quality monitoring stations in nine states across the country, from Seattle to St. Louis to Camden, New Jersey.
Among the articles in the October 2020 issue of ISHN Magazine, we answer questions on dangerous dusts, discuss respiratory protection programs and the risks and benefits of smoke tubes, and learn how to get creative with training programs.