FLIR C-Series is the world's first full-featured, pocket-sized thermal camera designed for building applications. Use it to point out energy waste, structural defects, plumbing clogs, HVAC issues, and other problems.
T-Series cameras offer superior sensitivity, high resolutions, and the image clarity of UltraMax® and MSX®, so you can find leaks and building faults quickly and easily. With ergonomic designs and customizations to fit your needs, T-Series cameras are the ultimate tools to streamline your workday.
Leveraging our 50 year history as the world's largest supplier of thermal imaging technology to military, government, and commercial customers, FLIR introduces a new line of test & measurement instruments built upon our commitment to innovation, quality, and reliability.
Electric power utilities are faced with an aging infrastructure, increasing risk of blackouts and brownouts, costly unplanned maintenance, security threats to remote facilities, and rising costs. Through the use of FLIR's infrared cameras and automation software, impending equipment failures and security breaches can be detected anytime, day or night, at a remote monitoring location. The net effect is increased reliability and reduced cost. Read customer success story
CNA Insurance uses IR thermography to help its clients prevent electrical fires and their associated losses. He provides quantitative estimates of the savings that can be achieved by finding electrical faults before equipment fails or fires start. Read customer success story
Hüttenwerke Krupp Mannesmann GmbH (HKM), located in Duisburg, Germany, manufactures pig iron and steel. HKM also operates a coke plant and a sintering plant, a factory where iron-bearing particles are formed into pellets or pulverized to be charged again into the blast furnace. Read customer success story
DMAX, Ltd. predictive technology team primarily uses their FLIR cameras to run predictive routes on electrical panels, buss plugs, and motors. This paper discusses a trouble call on a hydraulic system that supports one of their larger machines. Read customer success story
In the opinion of VT (formerly Vosper Thornycroft) Integrated Services (VTIS), thermal imaging excels in the real-time identification of static and dynamic mechanical, electrical and electronic faults. It also plays a key role in ensuring the working environment of the ship's crew is as safe as it can be, especially when at sea. Read customer success story
Conditioned based monitoring using FLIR Systems infrared cameras has become a standard for the European and African (EAU) operation of Transocean Inc. Last year the company provided each of its rigs with their own FLIR Systems camera and now as a result of the merger between Transocean and GlobalSantaFe Corporation, this technology is being investigated for implementation on the remaining legacy GSF rigs, to ensure standardisation of equipment across the region's combined fleet of 57 rigs. Read customer success story
Production plants have to keep running all the time. No breakdown, no downtime. To ensure proper operation of its production plants in Vanderbijlpark, ArcelorMittal South Africa uses FLIR thermal imaging cameras. This improves efficiency, safety, helps to avoid breakdowns and to minimize downtime. Read customer success story
Create a stronger predictive maintenance program, maximize uptime and reduce potential safety hazards.
Use FLIR for reliable, non-contact testing. Scan, visualize and analyze temperatures of mechanical equipment and electrical systems quickly and accurately. And join the growing group of users around the world benefitting from the cost-savings that a solid thermography program can provide.
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