Early Fire Detection
Fire can destroy multiple buildings or installations within an extremely short time frame. The value of the goods destroyed during a fire can be tremendous, and the cost of a life that is lost during a fire is impossible to calculate. With their non-contact method of measuring temperatures, thermal imaging cameras can help prevent fires by detecting hot spots before they ignite.
Fuel storage is notoriously hazardous because the commodity itself is so flammable. Corrosion, leaks, and human error can lead to explosive, sometimes catastrophic, consequences. Automatically monitoring temperature changes in fuel storage depots with thermal imaging cameras can avert disaster, satisfy insurer oversight and improve safety for workers and the public.
FLIR A310 f (Automation)
Fixed-Mount Thermal Imaging Camera for Condition Monitoring and Fire Prevention
Even though warehouses are equipped with fire alarms and firefighting systems, once a fire starts, asset damage is almost certain. FLIR thermal imaging cameras can identify hot spots before they ignite and provide an early warning response to avoid full-on conflagration before assets are harmed or safety is compromised.
Thermal Imaging Camera For Continuous Condition and Safety Monitoring
Storage of some material invites the risk of spontaneous combustion. As always, prevention is better than a cure. A thermal imaging camera can help to ensure safety and detect spontaneous combustion. It provides continuous, remote monitoring of temperatures in piles of coal, wood chips, fertilizers, and more.
FLIR FC-Series R (Automation)
Fixed Network Thermal Cameras
Waste Bunker Monitoring
Similar to combustible pile applications, waste is potentially flammable when stored. Self-combustion, heat development due to pressure, spontaneous chemical reactions between disposals and methane gas-building are all potential fire hazards. Thermal imaging cameras can help prevent fires by identifying hot spots with the potential to flare up.
Thermal Machine Vision Camera
Remote Fire Fighting
Identifying the hot spot is only part one of a fire prevention solution. Part two is remediation. And that can be challenging in remote monitoring scenarios. FLIR thermal imaging cameras and software can pinpoint hot spots and then initiate an automated fire-fighting response, such as turning on a sprinkler system, shutting down a system, or targeting the hot spot to be soaked in firefighting foam–all controlled remotely over the Internet.
FLIR A310 ex
ATEX-Compliant IR Temperature Sensors