Thermal Camera

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Ensure the proper functioning of the shot blasting process

The main advantage of having a thermal camera in the shot blasting industry is the ability to detect hot and cold spots in equipment and dust collection lines. These points can indicate abrasive buildup or airflow issues. By identifying these problem areas, timely corrective measures can be taken, helping to prevent blockages, reduce equipment wear, and improve operational efficiency.

Furthermore, it has the following Certifications: MFi (iOS version), RoHS, CE/FCC, CEC-BC, and EN61233.
• Offers a thermal image resolution of 160x120 pixels, providing higher image quality.
• Has a wider temperature range, ranging from -20 °C to 400 °C (-4 °F to 752 °F).
• Includes technology that further enhances image sharpness and details in thermal images.
• Connects to smartphones via USB-C or Lightning connector.
• Battery life lasts approximately 1 hour.
• Has a sensitivity that detects temperature differences as low as 70 mK.
• Quality control
• Predictive maintenance
• Performance analysis
• Research and development

The thermal camera provides a quick and non-intrusive way to monitor the operation of the shot blasting system, ensuring optimal performance and increased safety in the work environment.


A professional-grade thermal camera for iOS smartphones

Requires downloading the FLIR One mobile application to view and analyze captured thermal images.

Thermal Camera
Thermal Camera