Bullard’s thermal imagers are built to be extraordinarily tough to endure the harshest environments with imaginative and ergonomic designs, infused with intuitive, yet powerful features.
In 1998, Bullard introduced its first high-resolution thermal imager to the fire service market with the
A trusted and loyal partner to the fire and rescue service for generations, Dräger’s ATEX and UL approved thermal imaging technology is used by firefighters across the globe.
The Dräger range includes its UCF 6000, UCF 7000 and UCF 9000 – a thermal imaging portfolio equipped with
Thermal imagers manufactured by Bullard are designed to endure the harshest environments to meet the demanding needs of firefighters. The Company introduced its first high-resolution thermal imager to the fire service market in 1998 with the innovative Bullard TI. Today,
FLIR is a brand that has been well-known in the fire fighting sector for many years. Last year, the company re-entered the equipment market with its new FLIR K-Series range based on its proven detector technology; and thanks to economies
MSA introduced one of the first firefighting thermal imaging cameras over a decade ago. In the years following, we’ve refined TIC design through innovation and expertise, delivering several successful generations of market-leading TICs. We continued this commitment to the fire
Halo Thermal Imaging, based at Durham Tees Valley Airport recently launched the first true, hands-free thermal imaging camera at the Interschutz tradeshow in Hannover, Germany. The Halo is is a game changer for the industry, providing firefighters and first responders with the freedom for versatility required in
As a world leading provider of advanced thermal imaging equipment to the fire industry, Scott Safety prides itself on its unique ability to enhance the performance and operability of its thermal imaging cameras well beyond their core and most basic
e2v innovations are at the heart of critical technology solutions including radiotherapy treatment, planetary exploration, satellite communication systems, scientific research and more.
argus, an e2v brand, developed the first ever thermal imaging camera for firefighters over 30 years ago and we
ISGs Advanced Thermal Imaging Cameras provide a level of situational awareness unmatched by any other camera on the market, they deliver performance enhancing imaging that allow the user to fully interpret a fire scene and make better, safer, tactical decisions.
Since the introduction of thermal imaging technology to the fire services, Scott Safety has been at the forefront of innovation providing advanced, fire-ground proven thermal cameras to first responders for use in search and rescue, overhaul operations and hot spot
Dräger, who are celebrating their 125th anniversary, have been a trusted and loyal partner to the fire and rescue service for generations with Dräger’s ATEX and UL approved thermal imaging technology being used by firefighters across the globe.
Introducing the Dräger
MSA introduced one of the first firefighting thermal imaging cameras over a decade ago. In the years following, we’ve refined TIC design through innovation and expertise, delivering several successful generations of market-leading TICs. Our state-of-the-art cameras help you in various
FLIR Systems is adding the K2 and K65 to its industry-leading lineup of K-Series thermal imaging cameras that provide firefighters with the capability to see through smoke, locate and rescue victims, identify hot spots, navigate safely, and stay better oriented during response missions.
Extremely affordable thermal imaging for firefighters
The K2 brings FLIR’s