Anywhere from 5 to 10 arc flash accidents occur every day in the U.S., resulting in severe burn injuries that affect over 2,000 workers annually. The costs in lives, livelihoods, and liability claims can be enormous. Fortunately, new FLIR IR Windows now offer a solution to help reduce exposure so you can perform scans safely, more efficiently, and confidently that comply with NFPA 70E requirements.
FLIR IR Windows Features
Easy Installation – Only one hole to drill and FliR’s single PIRma-Lock™ ring nut to tighten; same design as conduit connections that use standard US punch tools PIRma-Lock™ Reliability – Tried and true locknut technology makes FliR’s self-grounding locking ring an IR window first, with teeth that bite tight to the inside of the panel Quick Access Hinged Cover – Simple flip-open cover with integrated equipment ID label stays permanently attached so it never gets dropped, mismatched, or lost Broadband Transmission – Crystal lens supports short, mid, and longwave IR cameras, visual inspections, and fusion technology; allows FliR cameras with integrated lamps to capture video documentation