FLIR GF309

FLIR GF309

The FLIR GF309 is an IR camera for the high-temperature measurement of industrial furnaces, chemical heaters, and coal-fired boilers, without the need to shut down the operation. The portable camera also greatly improves operator safety, by measuring through flames at a safe distance, for all types of furnaces. 

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The FLIR GF309 is an IR camera for the high-temperature measurement of industrial furnaces, chemical heaters, and coal-fired boilers, without the need to shut down the operation. The portable camera also greatly improves operator safety, by measuring through flames at a safe distance, for all types of furnaces. A good knowledge of the furnace condition can avert failures and unscheduled shutdowns.

Industrial furnaces, heaters, and boilers are found in the chemical, petrochemical, and utility industries

 

spectral tuning See through flames
The GF309 is equipped with a special “flame filter” that allows you to see and measure high temperatures (up to +1500°C) through flames. Ideal for furnace andboiler inspections.
 
high sensitivity Wide temperature range
The FLIR GF309 visualizes temperatures from -20°C to +1,500°C. This makes the camera extremely suited for high temperature inspections.
 
dual use Dual use

The FLIR GF309 can be used both for internal and external furnace and maintenance inspections and can make also the smallest of temperature differences clearly visible.
 

Shield Heat shield
A nickel coated heat shield improves worker safety and comfort during inspection.
 
lenses Available lenses
The FLIR GF309 comes either with a fixed 14.5° lens or with a fixed 24° lens. A version with interchangeable lenses is also available but requires a US Department of State license.
 
gasfindir Cooled detector
The FLIR GF309 contains a cooled Indium Antimonide (InSb) detector. This highly sensitive detector is spectrally tuned to 3.8 - 4.05 micrometer waveband for seeing through flames.