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FLIR offer added value packages on thermal imaging products available until December 31st

  • 28 Oct 2016

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FLIR is giving away free FLIR products up to the value of £6,703 with the purchase of one of its T-Series thermal imaging cameras, as part of its on-going series of offers lasting until December 31st 2016.

Ideal for a whole range of industrial and building diagnostic applications, the FLIR T-Series HD cameras all feature FLIR’s swivelling head, making them easy to use in any environment. The premium FLIR T1K includes a 1024 x 768-pixel uncooled detector, providing twice the sensitivity of industry standard uncooled sensors.

By purchasing a FLIR T4xx or building science model, customers will receive the FLIR Tools software suite and a FLIR C2, a fully featured, pocket-sized thermal imaging camera. 

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By moving up to the FLIR T6xx models, a wide-angle 45°lens or a 15°lens is added to the package. Customers who purchase the top-of-the-range FLIR T1K also benefit from an additional one year on product warranty. All camera models are covered by FLIR’s 2 year warranty and 10 years on the detector.

Added value product packages

The FLIR CM174 with Infrared Guided Measurement (IGM) is also on offer until the end of the year, as part of a special product package for electricians that provides a saving on £82. 

The CM174, designed to guide users to temperature differences and pinpoints anomalies, is available as part of a package with a TA74 or TA72 universal flex current probe, and a TA15 pouch.

Builders may also benefit from the deal, with two special product packages dedicated to their needs: the first comprising a FLIR MR160 imaging moisture meter, FLIR MR08 hammer and wall cavity probe, with a total cost saving of £45.

The second package includes the FLIR MR176 meter, which provides pin and painless moisture measurements, four thermal imaging colour palette options, customisable moisture and environmental readings on the thermal images and a built-in thermo-hygrometer. The package also comes with an MR08 hammer, wall cavity probe and an MR01 field-replaceable temperature/relative humidity sensor, offering the customer a cost saving of £205.

FLIR Systems,
2 Kings Hill Avenue,
Kings Hill,
West Malling,
Kent,
United Kingdom
ME19 4AQ

Phone: 01732 220011
Fax: 01732 220014

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