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Gas detection guide

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Flir Advanced Thermal Solutions (ATS) has released a revised version of its popular publication: 'Gas Detection - the Professional Guide'.

Within the 40-pages of the guide the reader is led through what is an infrared gas detection camera; the inherent advantages of infrared gas detection; how does a infrared gas detection camera work, the applications for mid-wave (MWIR) and long-wave (LWIR) gas detection cameras; and a selection of stories of how Flir customers are benefitting from the company's GasFindIR technology.

Infrared cameras are ideal for finding hidden mechanical and electrical faults as well as locating invisible gas leaks, which harm the environment, are potentially dangerous and cost money.