G7 wearables and G7 EXO area monitors constantly detect both VOC ambient gas levels and the employee’s location, reporting this data back to the Blackline Safety Network wirelessly via cellular or satellite connectivity.
Every reading streamed to the cloud ensures that all data is immediately available for visualization of PID readings on a map overlay, giving Industrial Hygienists and HSE Managers the ability to identify hotspots and problem areas and take proactive action to address an issue before it becomes an incident.
- Personnel safety
- Industrial hygiene
- Soil contamination and remediation
- Unintended emissions
- Law enforcement
- Emergency response
- Leak detection
- Perimeter monitoring
- Refineries and petrochemical
- Air quality monitoring
Historical alert reporting
Gas logs streamed from each G7 device generate a large volume of data that is conveniently processed by the Blackline Live compliance dashboard. And with Blackline Analytics, users can instantly review every bump test and calibration, filtered by employee.
Innovative gas sensor technology
The ION Science MiniPID2 is a simple plug-and-play sensor that delivers dynamic and dependable response to thousands of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in a broad range of applications.
- • PID independently verified as best performing on the market
- • Humidity-resistant
- • Anti-contamination design
- • 10,000 hours lamp life
- • World leading temperature stability
- • 10.6 eV lamp
- • Internal gas table with over 700 VOCs & toxic compounds
- • Expected life > 5 years
The MiniPID 2 sensor includes patented Fence Electrode Technology which provides industry- leading humidity resistant performance and anti-contamination design, protecting the sensor from moisture, dust and aerosols. Designed for both diffusive and pumped sampling, MiniPID 2 delivers an exceptional response time.
Incorporating a next- generation long-life lamp, the MiniPID2 provides exceptional stability and long-term performance, enabling reliable detection for 10,000 hours of use. As a result, the MiniPID2 requires significantly less maintenance, than previous-generation PID sensors.