PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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26 November 2020

A Back to Business Bundle of temperature and noise control instruments has been put together by Pulsar Instruments to help businesses back to work.

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27 March 2020

FLIR has announced 2020 dates for its UK Category 1 thermography course.

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14 February 2020

A new product bundle and a special price promotion have been announced by Testo for two of its thermal imaging cameras.

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13 December 2019

A new leak detector with camera from CS Instruments shows the leakage rate and costs

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10 October 2019

The new ImageIR 9500 expands InfraTec's range of thermography systems and is suitable for tests in the mid infrared range.

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10 October 2019

The FLIR T860 thermal camera features onboard Inspection Route software, suitable for streamlining inspections of critical assets, including power substation components, distribution lines, manufacturing equipment, or facility electrical and mechanical systems.

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01 August 2019

FLIR has introduced a combination of measures to cut inspection time of energised electrical equipment.

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16 June 2019

FLIR Systems has introduced FLIR Thermal Studio, a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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14 March 2019

FLIR Systems has launched the FLIR T840, a new thermal camera in the high-performance T-Series family. The high-resolution FLIR T840 offers a brighter display and an integrated viewfinder to help electrical utility, plant managers, and other thermography professionals find and diagnose failing components in any lighting conditions to help avoid costly power outages and plant shutdowns. 

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20 March 2019

Ashtead Technology has extended its relationship with Testo by including the company’s range of infrared cameras in the products that it offers for sale.

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07 January 2019

Fluke Process Instruments offers a range of temperature monitoring solutions for primary and secondary metals manufacturing. The company has just introduced ThermoView TV40 thermal imagers with an integrated visible-light camera.

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03 December 2018

Until the end of 2018, Flir is running an incentive programme that also includes special, cost-saving product bundles. 

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15 May 2018

Omega’s new OSXL-TG165 series of high performance thermal imagers are said to offer a true thermal image and have a portable, ergonomic design.

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19 March 2018

Until 30th June 2018, Fluke is offering a free Fluke true-RMS AC/DC clamp meter to those purchasing a Fluke TiS75 thermal imager. Both use the Fluke Connect system, enabling users to wirelessly transmit measurement data from their test tools to their smartphone or tablet for secure storage on the Fluke Connect Cloud and allowing team access from the field.

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22 February 2018

FLIR Systems has extended its FLIR IRW-Series. As well as its windows with an anodised aluminium frame, the company offers stainless steel versions for use in harsh environments and outdoors. This option eliminates the possibility of galvanic corrosion from contact between the stainless steel cabinet and window frame. 

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23 January 2018

Omega’s new OSXL-TG165 series of high performance thermal imaging cameras feature a portable, ergonomic design.

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06 December 2017

Fluke has introduced upgraded versions of two of its best-selling infrared cameras. The new Fluke Ti450 PRO Infrared Camera offers increased thermal sensitivity, providing sharper on-screen images which makes it easier to visualise and diagnose issues.

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07 October 2017

Inspection technology specialist Crimson Industrial Vision will be bringing a host of new products to Advanced Engineering.

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03 October 2017

Omega’s new OSXL-TG165 series of high performance thermal imaging offer true thermal imaging with a portable, ergonomic design.

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18 September 2017

Available from Omega, the handheld OS758-LS dual infrared thermometer is a non-contact temperature measurement instrument that offers a wide array of features including adjustable emissivity, colour backlit LCD, 60:1 distance to spot, hi/ low temp alarm, max/min/avg/ diff temperature monitoring and data storage.

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FEATURES

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16 April 2020

FLIR explains how its cameras are being used for temperature screening purposes

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16 March 2020

​ When using an IR thermography camera for electrical inspection and data capture, accuracy is key. Whether the camera-operator is an experienced thermographer, or new to the technology, an important acronym to remember is ‘FORD’ – FOcus, Range and Distance, explains Andrew Baker, sales director North Europe, FLIR Systems.

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03 July 2018

An application at Cambridge Beer Festival demonstrates that no vessel is too small for thermal imaging inspection. Andrew Baker, sales director North Europe, FLIR Systems, explains more

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22 March 2018

Schaeffler UK is providing route-based monitoring services to a UK-based producer of crisps. By analysing vibration data from a range of plant and equipment, it is able to detect any damage to components such as rolling bearings and gears early, reducing unplanned downtime. Schaeffler also provides regular thermographic surveys of electrical panels

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17 November 2017

A UK-based engineering firm is using thermal imaging cameras from Micro-Epsilon to accurately measure the temperature profile of its new air compressor

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27 March 2017

A thermal imaging camera is now a primary means of monitoring the performance status of plant, equipment and buildings. Andrew Baker, sales director North Europe - FLIR Systems outlines the latest developments

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18 July 2016

Heat is often an early symptom of equipment damage or malfunction, making it a key performance parameter that is monitored in predictive maintenance (PdM) programs. Here, Ken West, Fluke marketing manager UK & Nordic, explains the benefits of infrared thermography

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10 November 2015

Before hot spots in machinery, plant equipment or buildings can be analysed, they must first be located by capturing a great thermal image. Images that are out of focus, have poor contrast or insufficient resolution will not only affect the accuracy of temperature measurements, but might even miss the problem altogether. FLIR suggests a number of hints and tips that can help maximise the amount of useful data that can be obtained from thermal images

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01 April 2015

As a condition of its insurance cover, a power generating company was required to perform regular preventive maintenance on its switchgear. Manpower analysis following the installation of infrared windows shows a significant return on investment, as IRISS explains

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21 January 2015

Thermal imaging has become widely adopted for preventative inspections. However,although the technology is easy to apply, Flir believes it is vital that the camera user understands the science behind thermal imaging. Otherwise thermal images may be virtually meaningless and findings at risk of serious misinterpretation

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31 October 2014

Reduced energy costs, less downtime and greater safety are some of the benefits associated with thermal imaging, as Testo explains

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03 November 2014

A consortium of European companies, including the Italian Association for Thermal and Acoustic Insulation (ANIT) is investigating how common installation faults affect the performance of external insulation. Helping them do this are thermal imaging cameras from FLIR Systems

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22 July 2014

Manufacturers are increasingly using thermal imaging in their predictive maintenance and condition monitoring programmes, and regular thermal imaging surveys are now commonly stipulated by insurance companies as a condition of coverage to minimise their own exposure to risk. IRISS comments

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26 February 2014

The use of electrical maintenance safety devices (EMSDs) is a hot topic. Their popularity is growing as companies strive to improve profitability, uptime and safety. Here, Martin Robinson, CEO of IRISS Inc, focuses on infrared inspection windows which allow the testing of fully energised electrical systems without risk to personnel.

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14 February 2014

Thermal imaging is playing an increasingly important role in terms of predictive maintenance of electro mechanical components of wind turbines and in the detection of surface defects in composite structures, as Andrew Baker, sales and marketing manager, FLIR Systems, explains

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28 October 2013

An easy-to-use Testo thermal imaging camera has satisfied Muntons' requirement for a non-invasive inspection tool with which to carry out equipment checks at its Stowmarket site

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24 June 2013

For maximum power generation, system life and the best return on investment every solar cell on a solar panel must be working. To provide this assurance, says Flir, industry is increasingly employing thermal imaging as a preferred method for locating defects.

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17 April 2013

An infrared window is a data collection point for a thermal imaging camera. Adoption of this technology is growing fast as increased awareness of electrical safety and risk reduction drives its acceptance. IR windows also enable systems to be inspected under load so their true 'health status' can be quickly ascertained, as Iriss explains

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04 March 2013

Thermal imaging is an industry standard method for condition monitoring and preventive maintenance. The technology is now accessible to a much wider engineering community and, as a result, the need for dedicated training has become increasingly important. FLIR Systems explains

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25 January 2013

Thermal imaging has proved its worth across industry and continuing high demand for cameras is testimony to that. But where does the technology go from here? Andrew Baker, sales manager of FLIR, comments of recent develo

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SPONSORED CONTENT

25 April 2013

Arc is a range of General Purpose Thermal Imaging Cameras which are rugged enough to withstand Heavy Industrial Applications, while compact enough for use in R&D and Automation.

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26 November 2015

TSE Small Thermal Shock  Simple to install and operate!

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26 April 2013

Berlin – Ircon extends the Modline 7 series by two new infrared thermometers and a new processor box.

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31 July 2019

FLIR Thermal Studio is a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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13 May 2015

Infrared Training Limited courses are designed to meet and exceed certification based on ISO 18436 a third party certification scheme and ASNT SNT TC 1A, second party certification which will be included as part of the training course fees.

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