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October 2012

Thermal Imaging

With properly certified infrared (IR) windows, you can get a clear view of potentially dangerous equipment with a thermal imager

You think it would be a good idea to invest in a set of properly certified infrared (IR) windows for your facility. With these devices you can inspect potentially dangerous equipment without removing the panel cover, which reduces arc flash risk, decreases inspection time, and can also reduce the level of personal protective equipment (PPE) you have to wear. Not to mention that you can skip the headaches involved with lock-out/tag-out and live work permits.

How do you calculate the return on investment (ROI) of an installation of Fluke IR Windows?

It’s become simple. Just use the new web tool to determine your payback, by comparing the costs of performing infrared scans without IR windows versus a scan with them. The difference is quite clear.

The tool guides you through four steps:

  1. The cost of a traditional in-house infrared inspection (without IR windows)
  2. The cost of the IR windows you’ll need
  3. The cost of installing IR windows
  4. The new cost of infrared inspection with IR windows

What’s behind the savings? You’ll see each factor clearly as you go through the ROI Calculator.

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