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Flir Systems

2 Kings Hill
West Malling
Kent
ME19 4AQ
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01732 220011
Fax : 01732 220014
Email : sales@flir.uk.com
Web : www.flir.com/thg


Editorial archive;

Immediate Quantification of Gas Leaks 26/03/2018
FLIR Systems announces new Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging (qOGI) technology, developed in conjunction with Providence Photonics, that was designed to work exclusively with its GF-Series cameras. qOGI represents a major advance in the world of optical gas imaging because it eliminates the need for secondary sampling devices to quantify gas emissions. Full Story...

Thermal imaging assures packaging quality and cuts costs 05/03/2018
To check the integrity of its cardboard packaging, Recochem – a manufacturer of household chemical products and automotive fluids – used to extract boxes from the production line for destructive testing to establish if the hot melt adhesive had been applied in sufficient quantity and accurately. It was a time-consuming and expensive task but, thanks the FLIR thermal imaging, quality control is now fully automated and only sub-standard boxes are scrapped. Full Story...

Your flexible friend in the food factory 28/08/2017
Suzanne Gill finds out where thermal imaging technology can help around the factory. Full Story...

Thermal imager helps develop cooler running shoes 18/10/2011
The Adidas test centre in Scheinfeld, Germany, has used a FLIR ThermaCAM SC 3000 thermal imaging camera throughout the development of its latest technology. Full Story...

Thermography popularity grows for predictive maintenance 18/08/2011
Instrumentation company Ashtead Technology has witnessed a growing trend towards the deployment of entry level infrared cameras for predictive maintenance purposes. Full Story...

Radiometric safety monitoring offers visible benefits 22/02/2011
In addition to their temperature measuring duties, thermal imaging cameras can also offer cost-efficient monitoring and control capabilities, and are being used increasingly in safety monitoring applications Full Story...

Can’t stand the heat? 23/07/2009
A hired infrared camera from Ashtead Technology was used during research trials on aircraft landing gear at Cambridge Airport. A Flir P620 ThermaCam on a short-term hire was used by Marshall Aerospace to assess landing gear brake disc and tyre temperatures. Full Story...

Swine flu protection 13/05/2009
An infrared camera is a very effective tool to detect people infected with a viral disease at a very early stage. Several major airports in Asia discovered the benefit of infrared cameras in conjunction with the outbreak of SARS a couple of years ago. They now use FLIR infrared cameras to scan whether incoming travellers can be contaminated with the ´N1H1 virus – otherwise known as swine flu. Full Story...

Renault applies Flir camera across testing centre 21/07/2008
At the Renault ‘Technocentre’, on the outskirts of Paris, all parts and components used for car assembling are subjected to rigorous testing. Full Story...

Flir Camera offers easy integration 13/02/2008
Flir Systems demonstrated, in a UK first, its new range of infrared cameras at an optical, photonics, vision and displays technology event. Full Story...

Corus of approval for IR camera 01/10/2007
Corus has specified a Flir Systems thermal-imaging camera to pinpoint problems and boost health and safety. Full Story...

ThermoVision conquers burning issue 01/04/2007
In densely populated West-European countries solid household waste is collected and carried to a waste incineration plant. Some plants use the combustion heat to fuel up an adjacent waste-to-energy-system, which provides heat and power to nearby residential areas. Full Story...