New Thermal Imaging Camera Measures Temperatures Inside Hot Furnaces, Kilns and Melt Tanks

Date: 22 August 2012

The new NIR Borescope (NIR-b) from Land Instruments (UK) is a specially designed, short wavelength radiometric infrared imaging camera with the ability to capture high-definition (656 x 494 pixel) thermal images along with accurate temperature measurement by viewing directly inside the furnace, using borescope technology.

The rugged thermal camera can measure temperatures ranging from 600 to 1800oC (1112 to 3272oF) from any point in the image and is suitable for a wide range of interior furnace applications, including glass melt tanks, reformer tube furnaces, reheat furnaces and cement kilns.... Read more.

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