QBlast has once again answered the call of its clientele by introducing the “Blast Bag”, a sealed unit to store and serve the QBlast heat stress beverage or water. QBlast designed its sealed unit to minimize this risk in its coolers. A kit is available that allows agencies to convert its existing cooler inventory. Ice is added outside of the sealed bag so every cup is as good as the first, with no dilution of product. The transparent Blast bag allows officers to see the fluid level of the beverage. QBlast is a zero sugar heat-stress beverage utilizing complex carbs for timed released energy along with essential electrolytes, allowing for maximum absorption of the fluid into the system. Unlike other products that come in a powder form, QBlast only comes in a liquid ready-to-drink form, allowing it to maintain its strength from formulation to delivery.
QBlast Blast bag
- Product From Mistral Security, Member of Mistral Group
Mistral Security Inc.'s (MSI) newest explosive containment vessel product, the Golan 45, has received approval from the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board (DDESB).
“The Golan 45 explosive containment vessel is another great addition to the Golan 5, 10 and 15 vessels already approved by the Department of Defense Explosives Safety Board,” said Jack Yohe, Senior Vice President, Mistral Group. “This approval means that our products are continuously trusted to protect people, property and the environment from the potentially harmful effects of explosive devices.”
- Product From ADVENTURE MEDICAL KITS
Adventure Medical Kits introduced Advanced Clotting Gauze the newest, most innovative technology from QuikClot. Proven on the battlefield, these Kaolin-impregnated products are the only hemostatic agents recommended for all five branches of the military by the Tactical Combat Casualty Care.
- Product From Steele Vest
Hot weather is coming, are you ready? Prevent heat stress and WORK COOLER, SAFER AND LONGER with Steele Body Cooling Vests. Steele has 30 years of experience combating heat stress plus independent testing documenting the effectiveness of our Steele Body Cooling Vests.
- Product From Ready to Go Survival
The NBC System that Ready to Go Survival offers has a SGE 150 Gas Mask with a NATO Gas Filter. These types of masks will be able to provide much better safety, in the event of an airborne toxin, compared to your typical N95 hospital type mask.
- Product From Med-Eng, a part of The Safariland Group
The Med-Eng brand announced that its new multi-mission TAC 6 suit and visor ensemble for tactical officers at the 2014 SHOT Show. This high-mobility protective equipment addresses the increasing threats posed by explosive devices during operations. Frontline personnel including
- Product From Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.
First responders such as police, firefighters and border-protection officers, as well as military personnel, now have a new versatile handheld gamma and neutron radiation isotope identifier engineered for use in severe environmental conditions.
- Product From Chinook Medical Gear, Inc.
Chinook Medical Gear has introduced a new Mass Casualty Critical Intervention Kit (LEMK-MCCI). Based on recommendations by the Hartford Consensus Conference, the kit provides medical supplies needed to save lives in mass casualty and active violence incidents. Supplies in this kit are intended to enable rescuers to control severe hemorrhage, manage serious chest wounds, and establish an airway.
- Product From DQE INC.
Wearing a bulky HazMat suit during responder decontamination makes it difficult to maneuver, leading to slips and falls. After watching emergency responders resort to using walkers, traffic cones and other objects not designed for their specific needs during decontamination, DQE has developed the Decon Stability Cane. Now responders can move with ease, grasping the security of the Decon Stability Cane.
- Product From ALLUVIAM LLC
Setting the standard for CBRNE/HME decision support, Alluviam is proud to release version 17 of HazMasterG3 – now with an expanded database of 165,000+ materials and trade names. With proprietary tools and unique capabilities to answer “so what does that mean” types of questions, HazMasterG3 redefines comprehensive CBRNE/HME decision support. Relied upon by top-tier federal law enforcement, forensics, fire and military officials, HazMasterG3 provides insights to answer tough questions, like which chemical warfare agents were likely used in Syria, to what and how much home-made explosives (HME) could be made from a set of precursors. Adopted by the US Military, NATO and other civilian and military agencies, HazMasterG3 puts state-of-the-art decision support in the hands of those that need it – when and wherever they are, as only HazMasterG3 provides interoperable support on MS-Windows, Android, iOS and net-centric installations. HazMasterG3 is the only handheld CBRNE/HME Decision Support System with U.S. DHS (Department of Homeland Security) certification and designation as an approved anti-terrorism technology and is also US Army Joint Battle Command Platform compatible.
- Product From Chinook Medical Gear, Inc.
Chinook Medical Gear, unveils its long-awaited collection of personal aid kits. The Chinook PAK series features six modular, affordable and customizable solutions for personal first aid, plus one comprehensive PAK designed to travel anywhere. Selectively stocked with essential medical supplies, and designed for use in a variety of real-life scenarios, Chinook PAKs are created by the same professionals that design medical kits for the military, fire departments, law enforcement, search and rescue teams, and remote expedition groups. Each of the seven lightweight, waterproof Chinook PAKs includes professional grade medical supplies for specific injury types and scenarios, from severe bleeding and burns to instruments and personal protection. Weighing between 5 to 9 ounces, and small enough to fit in a pocket or purse, Chinook PAKs provide convenient, affordable solutions to treat injuries wherever they may occur, including home, vehicle, hunting, backcountry, camping, emergency preparedness and more. Options include: