High Temperature Camera for Furnace and Molten Metal
These non-contact temperature sensors are fully radiometric stationary thermographic systems with an excellent price-performance ratio. The thermal imaging cameras for furnace and molten metal applications are connected to a PC via USB and they are immediately ready to be used.
What is an Infrared Camera?
An infrared camera is a device that captures and displays thermal radiation emitted by objects in the infrared (IR) spectrum. It creates images or videos representing temperature variations, revealing hotspots and temperature patterns invisible to the human eye. IR cameras find applications in various fields, such as building inspections, electrical diagnostics, and research.
What is a Laser Sensor for Molten Metal?
A laser sensor for molten metal is a specialised device used to measure and monitor the temperature of molten metals without physical contact.
The temperature sensor uses laser technology to detect thermal radiation emitted by the molten metal, providing accurate and reliable temperature readings. This thermographic camera is crucial in industries like metallurgy and metal processing for process control and safety.