Intrinsically Safe Infrared Thermometer

Fluke 568 Ex

Fluke 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Infrared ThermometerEverett WA, USA  –  The Fluke 568 Ex Intrinsically Safe Infrared Thermometer is the one product you can use in Class I Div 1 and Div 2 or Zone 1 and 2 hazardous environments anywhere in the world.

Whether you work in petroleum, chemical, oil and gas, or pharmaceutical environments, the 568 Ex allows you to carry a temperature test tool into most Ex rated areas all around the globe.

With a straight-forward user interface and soft-key menus, the Fluke 568 Ex makes even complex measurements easy. Continue reading

System for Continuous Kiln Monitoring with 3D View and Refractory Management

Raytek CS210 Process Imaging System

Kiln Scanning SystemNew features extend capabilities of kiln shell temperature monitoring and analysis system

SANTA CRUZ CA, USA. – Raytek® has extended the capabilities of its CS210 process imaging system for cement kilns with optional, fully integrated 3D View and Refractory Management Database modules.

This enhanced kiln shell scanning system enables cement manufacturers to avoid costly damage and unscheduled downtime by continuously monitoring rotary kilns to detect hot spots due to refractory loss, damage and wear.

Using the CS210 infrared (IR) linescanning solution, which now supports up to four scanners, cement plant operators can determine the effectiveness of kiln refractory material. Continue reading

FLIR Systems Announces Infiniti Red Bull Racing Partnership

Flir_Red_BullMeer, Belgium — FLIR Systems has announced that it has been named an Innovation Partner with Infiniti Red Bull Racing.

The winner of four consecutive Formula One World Champions in both Constructor’s and Driver’s categories, Infiniti Red Bull Racing will work with FLIR® – the world’s leading supplier of thermal technology – to gather temperature data from its 2014 challenger, the RB10.

In the partnership, FLIR will develop solutions using world-class miniature thermal cameras to provide the Infiniti Red Bull Racing team with unique insights into the thermal characteristics of their cars’ components and operations. Continue reading

NEW Infrared Market Report

(The 2014 World Market for Commercial & Dual-Use Infrared Imaging & Infrared Thermometry Equipment)

Volume IRW-CFairfield CT, USA –   Maxtech International, Inc. is releasing the 2014 edition of its market research report on commercial and dual-use infrared imaging equipment markets (Vol. IRW-C).

 World infrared imaging markets are poised to enter a new phase. The development of new low-cost uncooled imaging detector cores is expected to lower prices in a wide range of commercial infrared camera applications and lead to a new level of growth.

In addition, two companies have already introduced thermal imaging attachments for smartphones, one for consumers, the other for “professional” thermographers. A third smartphone imager is just around the corner. Continue reading

DryCheck Self-Contained Dew-Point Instrument

Affordable instrument with good accuracy & stability

DryCheckThe DryCheck uses Michell Instruments’ Easidew On-Line to measure dew-point in the range –100 to + 20 ºC dew-point, or moisture content in the range 0-3000 ppmv.

The DryCheck utilizes Michell’s advanced Ceramic Moisture Sensor providing accurate and stable measurement. The calibration data for each sensor is stored within the transmitters’ flash memory.

This allows Michell to offer the unique Sensor Exchange program, keeping calibration costs and downtime to an absolute minimum. Continue reading

NEW Enhanced Version of FLIR T650sc IR Camera

Thermal Imaging Camera for Industrial & Fundamental R&D

T650sc thermal imaging camera

FLIR T650sc thermal imaging camera

Meer, Belgium — FLIR Systems has announced a new and enhanced version of the FLIR T650sc thermal imaging camera.

Tailor made for research and development, the FLIR T650sc combines high accuracy (±1 °C) and outstanding sensitivity to routinely deliver accurate measurement of even the smallest temperature differences (<20 mK).

The FLIR T650sc measures temperature of up to +2,000 °C and includes a 5 Megapixel digital camera to provide clear visual images that may be overlaid with your IR data. Continue reading