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Energize Compact IR thermometers for spot measurement or thermal images
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Compact IR thermometers for spot measurement or thermal images

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Instrotech, the local representative of Optris, a manufacturer of non-contact temperature measurement devices, has launched CTratio which offers many improved parameters and new features. This device offers a bottom temperature of 275°C, a maximum ambient temperature of up to 315°C without cooling, and a green sighting laser. A point measuring infrared thermometer should be used if users know where the critical point or the area to be measured is positioned within the application. The size of the measuring object is important to define which lens is necessary. It is therefore possible to monitor the accurate temperature and optimise processes – if necessary – before quality problems arise. Infrared cameras should be used in cases where more than one critical area exists, or the area cannot be clearly defined. Critical areas can be localised by the camera through the demonstration of thermal images.  The areas can then be permanently monitored by one or multiple fixed infrared thermometers.

Contact Instrotech, Tel 010 595-1831, sales@instrotech.co.za 

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