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Infrared thermometers in Johannesburg from R499 only

Swiftlink Medical Supplies is a supplier of infrared thermometers nation wide e.g Johannesburg, Capetown, Durban, Eastern Cape, Bloemfontein, Kimberly and all neighbouring countries such as Bostwana, Swaziland, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Namibia to mention just a few at affordable prices and cheaper courier rates.

Infrared thermometers are temperature sensing devices that use electromagnetic radiation to make non-contact surface temperature readings. Infrared thermometers, sometimes called pyrometers, are widely used throughout many industries and environments. They are especially useful for applications in which quick spot temperature readings are desired or where conventional temperature sensors cannot be easily used.

Thermometers can be classified as either contact or non-contact. Contact thermometers, as the name implies, must touch the target to determine its temperature. The bulb thermometer hanging outside, for instance, measures air temperature by being in direct contact with the air. Bimetal thermometers and those that use thermocouples and RTDs are all examples of contact thermometers. Contact thermometers are inexpensive and accurate, making them the most prevalent type of thermometer in temperature measurement.

Applications for Infrared Thermometers

Infrared thermometers are highly versatile making them indispensable tools in the technician’s toolbox. They can be employed anywhere at any time. Some common applications include:

  • Checking mechanical equipment for hot spots that may be a sign of impending failure
  • Inspecting electrical panels, circuit breakers and outlets for hot spots
  • Checking heater or oven temperature, for calibration and control purposes
  • Detecting hot spots / performing diagnostics in electrical circuit board manufacturing
  • Checking for hot spots in firefighting situations
  • Monitoring materials in process of heating and cooling, for research and development or manufacturing quality control situations
  • Identifying hot/cool spots during home inspection to find drafts or to determine if insulation is adequate
  • Checking temperatures as part of auto maintenance

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