Firefighting Thermal Cameras (10 Products)
Lead Time: 1-6 Days£625.20 £521.00
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- Capture and save up to 10 000 sets of radiometric and visual images for sample reporting
- Compact, lightweight, water-resistant and rugged
- Conduct 360° assessments through total darkness and thick smoke
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- Only available to those working in fire services
- Wide, 32° Field-of-View
- High-performance, 320 x 420p thermal sensor: 76 800 temperature pixels
Only 1 in Stock£1,426.80 £1,189.00
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- Rugged and reliable thermal camera for firefighting professionals
- 160 x 120 pixel thermal resolution
- Work faster, smarter and make decisions quicker
Free DeliveryFLIR K33 Firefighting Thermal Camera - 60Hz, 240 x 180 Pixels£3,520.80 £2,934.00
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- Exceptional quality thermal camera, made for use by firefighters
- Single button design - ideal for use in gloved hands
- Smooth 60Hz frame rate and high quality thermal detector
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- See through smoke, detect body heat and more smarter and safer in the most demanding conditions
- Thermal resolution of 240 x 180 pixels
- Rugged, durable design with high temperature resistance, water resistance and drop-proofing
About Firefighting Thermal Cameras
Thermal cameras are an absolutely essential tool to add to any firefighting professionals' selection of equipment.
Since thermal cameras don't rely on visible light to create images and instead detect the IR radiation being given off by objects, this means thermal cameras aren't limited in what they can see by darkness or - in the case of firefighters - thick smoke. Thermal cameras are able to be used to see through smoke inside properties, and are a great tool for firefighters to use to see exactly where they are going in difficult environments.
The benefits of thermal cameras don't stop there though - firefighters can also use the thermal camera to analyse the distribution of fires, and they can be used to predict where the fire might spread to and action can be taken before this happens. They can also be used to accurately detect thermal signatures given off by human bodies, and can aid with saving lives by finding and rescuing trapped people quickly.
Thermal cameras used in firefighting applications comes in different forms; the most common are handheld thermal imaging systems, which firefighters can hold up to the targeted application whenever needed. There are also devices which can be integrated directly into a firefighter's helmet for comprehensive thermal detection. Using this camera its also possible to create what is essential a thermal network where the image seen by the camera is relayed wirelessly to a control point, and the person at the computer can advise the firefighter quickly on the best course of action by using the relayed thermal images to make decisions.