High-temperature industrial thermal camera

Published:  02 October, 2019

FLIR SYSTEMS, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLIR) has announced the FLIR TG297 industrial thermal camera, which provides non-contact high-temperature measurement and thermal imaging for professionals in one tool. The company says this versatile camera for industrial troubleshooting boasts a unique filter that enables maintenance, repair and operations inspectors to visually identify and find the source of many common issues in high-temperature applications, including kilns, furnaces, refractory and manufacturing.

The company says the FLIR TG297 goes beyond the limitations of single-spot infrared (IR) thermometers by allowing the user to see the hot and cold spots indicative of potential issues and track them to their source. Users can examine everything from electrical connections to mechanical breakdowns quickly and accurately, with a temperature range of 25 degrees Celsius (C) to 1030 degrees C (minus 13 degrees Fahrenheit to 1886 degrees Fahrenheit).

W: www.flir.co.uk/TG297

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