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In beverage bottling and canning plants, Clean-in-Place (CIP) is used to clean various product lines such as syrup and water lines for a variety of reasons including flavor carryover prevention and microbial control.

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Thermal NDT methods involve the measurement or mapping of surface temperatures as heat flows to, from and/or through an object. The simplest thermal measurements involve making point measurements with a thermocouple. This type of measurement might be useful in locating hot spots, such as a bearing that is wearing out and starting to heat up due to an increase in friction.

In its more advanced form, the use of thermal imaging systems allow thermal information to be very rapidly collected over a wide area and in a non-contact mode. Thermal imaging systems are instruments that create pictures of heat flow rather than of light. Thermal imaging is a fast, cost effective way to perform detailed thermal analysis. The image above is a heat map of the space shuttle as it lands.

Thermal measurement methods have a wide range of uses. They are used by the police and military for night vision, surveillance, and navigation aid; by firemen and emergency rescue personnel for fire assessment, and for search and rescue; by the medical profession as a diagnostic tool; and by industry for energy audits, preventative maintenance, processes control and nondestructive testing. The basic premise of thermographic NDT is that the flow of heat from the surface of a solid is affected by internal flaws such as disbonds, voids or inclusions.

FLIR Thermal imaging cameras

FLIR Systems offers a full range of thermal imaging cameras. Different users have different needs, that is exactly why FLIR Systems offers you a choice.

FLIRWhether you are a predictive maintenance or building professional, a R&D specialist or involved in factory automation and safety, FLIR Systems has the correct thermal imaging camera for you. Different models are available for those that are just discovering the benefits that thermal imaging has to offer and for real thermal imaging professionals.


FLIR T1K infrared camera
FLIR T1K infrared camera
Producer: FLIR Systems Inc

FLIR T1K infrared cameras are designed for thermography experts who need the highest quality without compromise. With full HD resolution, outstanding thermal sensitivity, and FLIR-exclusive optics designed specifically for HDIR detectors, the T1K raises the bar on performance.

 
Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T420, T440, T460
Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T420, T440, T460
Producer: FLIR Systems Inc

Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T4** Series (T420, T440, T460) cameras deliver 76,800 pixels of vivid thermal resolution, UltraMax image enhancement, advanced interchangeable lenses to fit the view and spot size you need, and more productivity features than ever to help ease your demanding workload.

 
Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T600, T620, T640, T660
Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T600, T620, T640, T660
Producer: FLIR Systems Inc

Thermal imaging cameras FLIR T6** Series (T600, T620, T640, T660) The T600 produces crisp 480 x 360 thermal imagery, while T620, T640, and T660 cameras offer the highest FLIR handheld IR precision at 640 x 480 resolution delivering 307,200 pixels, plus UltraMax image enhancement. The greater the resolution, the easier it is to see, find, and reliably measure heat issues on smaller, distant components.

 


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