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  1. News Roundup: Police Use Thermal Cameras to Crack Cases & Save People

    On the left of the image, white text on  a black background reads 'News Round Up How are Police Using Thermal Cameras to Solve Crime'. To the right of this text, two policemen in high-vis are flying a drone with two cameras attached. In previous News Roundups, we’ve explored how thermal imaging has been used to prevent Covid outbreaks as well as reduce carbon emissions and energy bills. Another area where thermal technology has been making a significant difference is in law enforcement. Officers in the UK and USA have been using thermal cameras to uncover drugs farms, corner criminals, and rescue distressed or missing persons. Continue reading →
  2. Fluke Digital Multimeter Spring 22 Promotion!

    Buy a Fluke 114, 115, 116, or 117 Digital Multimeter and get a FREE 1AC VoltAlert. Starting on the 1st April 22, up to and including 31st May 22. Continue reading →
  3. How do green energy suppliers reap benefits from thermal camera imaging

    Have you wondered how green energy suppliers benefit from thermal imaging? Read this informative blog post to find out more. Continue reading →
  4. International Women’s Day: Lillian Baumbach, the USA's First Female Master Plumber

    To the left of the image white text on a black background reads 'Lillian Ann Baumbach The First Female Master Plumber'. Beneath this in smaller white text it reads 'International Women's Day and World Plumbing Day'. To the right of the image is a photo of Lillian Ann Baumbach in overalls with a heavy wrench slung over her shoulder. She stands in front of a Baumbach truck and looks over her shoulder with the wrench resting on it towards the camera. To mark International Women’s Day (8th March) and World Plumbing Day (11th March), we’re celebrating a woman who chose to #BreakTheBias in the plumbing industry. Allow us to introduce Lillian Ann Baumbach, the USA’s first female Master Plumber. Continue reading →
  5. News Roundup: Thermal Cameras Used to Reduce Energy Bills & Carbon Footprints

    On the left, white text on a black background reads 'News Roundup: Thermal Cameras Used to Reduce Energy Bills & Carbon Footprints.' On the left two women use a smartphone with a thermal imaging attachment to inspect a stone house with a white door and climbing plant along one wall. As energy prices rise and we continue to look for new ways to reduce our carbon footprints, people have been turning to thermal technology to help them insulate their homes and reduce energy costs. In January and February 2022, The Times, the BBC, and PASS all published stories about people, councils, and charities using thermal cameras to assess and address insulation issues within their homes. Continue reading →
  6. Win a FREE Electric Van with Testo

    Test equipment manufacturer Testo has launched their new 2022 winter promotion! They are giving a lucky customer the opportunity to win a FREE Nissan Electric Van. Continue reading →
  7. Charity Uses Thermal Cameras to Reduce Property Owners’ Carbon Footprints

    A greyed image of a person holding a FLIR C5 Thermal Camera serves as the background. The text on top of the image reads 'New Blog Post Reducing the Carbon Footprint with the Help of a FLIR C5 Thermal Camera'. On the right side of the banner is a small colour image of the FLIR C5 with the Cambridge Carbon Trust logo underneath. Globally, heating domestic and commercial buildings ‘accounts for nearly half of all energy consumption and 40% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions.'[1] Approximately 19% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions can be attributed to warming houses and workplaces, with more than three-quarters of these emissions coming from domestic dwellings.[2] Ensuring that buildings are suitably insulated and appropriately air-tight can reduce heat loss, thereby improving energy efficiency, decreasing greenhouse gas emissions, and minimising property owners’ carbon footprints. Continue reading →
  8. FLUKE SAFETY WARNING! Important Safety Notice regarding Fluke 8x V Series Digital Multi-Meters

    Fluke Corporation has identified a potential safety issue affecting certain Fluke 83V, 87V and 88V Digital Multi-meters (‘Fluke 8x V series DMMs’). As a precautionary measure, Fluke has decided to alert customers to the potential safety issue, and request that users perform a simple check to verify the unit is not impacted by the safety issue. Continue reading →
  9. Merry Christmas: Turkey Time Is Here!

    Please note that this blog was originally published on the 18th December 2018. It was updated on the 10th December 2020 and the 9th December 2021. As Christmas Day draws ever closer, it is time to start thinking about Christmas dinner (I do little else from about the 25th November). Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and roast potatoes are staples of a traditional festive meal. Everybody (in my house at least) looks forward to turkey on Christmas Day but achieving the perfect roast is harder than it looks, let alone essential to preventing food poisoning (not something you want at Christmas).   Continue reading →
  10. Heed the Warning of a Former Ghost Hunter

    I’m the last one. I don’t know how long I have left. Either she’ll get me or the cold will. The ink is freezing as I write by the light of my FLIR C5’s torch but I must write. No one can ever make the mistake we did. You, reader, you must stay away from this house. If you have found this note, you’re already in danger. Leave. Leave NOW. Make sure no one ever comes here again. YOU MUST LEAVE.   Continue reading →
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