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Science & Research Development

Academia & Research Institutes

FLIR infrared cameras are being used in university laboratories where high-end academic and applied research is on-going on a wide range of disciplines.

Engineering Organisations

IR cameras made by FLIR have become indispensible tools for many engineering disciplines, particularly in advanced product development.

Target Signature

FLIR infrared cameras are combined with sophisticated software to measure, characterize, or otherwise describe phenomena such as distance to a target object, its size, shape, inherent heat energy, and of course, temperature.

Manufacturing Industries

Thermal imaging is widely used in manufacturing industries . It helps adjusting the process parameters, find non-destructively defects on material without any contact or improve the quality control plan.

Optical Gas Imaging Cameras

Petrochemical & Refineries

The use of infrared cameras has become a standard practice in refineries worldwide. It's a proactive way to identify sources of VOC emissions and repair leaking components before it is too late.

SF6 Gas Detection

FLIR's GF306 is a one-of-a-kind infrared camera designed to help utility companies to better control Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) emissions. Preserve the environment now and for future generations!

Oil & Gas Extraction

The Oil and Gas industry depend on Thermography to avoid costly and dangerous emissions. Infrared cameras help pinpoint gas leaks before trouble strikes and service is affected.

Environmental Enforcement

FLIR GF Series cameras are being used by Environmental Enforcement to ensure that existing air quality or internal systems for removing chemicals are functioning properly. They can detect dozens of volatile organic compounds that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Municipal Gas Distribution

Municipal gas is provided to thousands residential, commercial and industrial users all over the world. A leakage of gas can become disastrous since the gas is highly explosive.

Service Companies

For service technicians detecting gas leaks, infrared thermography is the unbeatable technique.

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