Four months is a long time in Flir Systems development programme. The company’s entire product range is subject to continuous development and visitors to the first ever PAM Show in April are guaranteed to see new thermal imaging camera features and even new models. Indeed although the entry cost to this versatile technology continues to fall, Flir differentiates itself in the market as the brand that provides increasing value for money through its growing standard feature sets and application specific software.

Flir will be demonstrating models that serve all the sectors involved in plant and asset maintenance. Electrical and mechanical condition monitoring and predictive maintenance, building fault analysis and energy management as well as renewable energy plant inspection are established application fields for this comprehensive product programme.  Show visitors are invited to get hands-on with these cameras that range from the troubleshooting Flir i-Series right up to the T640 Series that is packed with features for advanced thermal analysis and reporting.

“Plant and asset maintenance is our core business and this show will naturally be a main focus for us in 2012,” explained Flir Systems sales manager, Andy Baker. “Thermal imaging is well known in this sector so we’re keen to demonstrate to visitors a camera upgrade path that will make the job of thermal inspection even more efficient.  Standard features such as Wifi communication with other instruments and mobile devices really do add value and save time.”

As the world leader in this technology Flir Systems has recently published a series of highly informative infrared guidebooks for the would-be thermographer. The editions for building applications, industrial applications and renewable energy and energy management applications will be freely available to stand visitors.

Flir Systems Stand P-B08

01732 220011