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Professional, affordable thermal imaging cameras for firefighting.
Fire Response is the premier authorised distributor for FLIR Australia. We specialise in providing Thermal Imaging Cameras (TICs) for the wider Fire Industry.
FLIR, setting the benchmark for TICs, offers groundbreaking technology with the K-series, affirming their position as the market leader in firefighting applications. This series empowers firefighting crews to strategise, identify hot spots, and save lives swiftly.
In the intensity of firefighting scenarios, a thermal imaging camera becomes an indispensable tool. Optimal safety demands that every fire truck and firefighter should be equipped with at least one high-performance TIC. The development of the K-Series specifically for the fire industry has made this more attainable. These essential tools enable visibility through smoke, monitor fire spread, and facilitate quick decision-making to save lives.
Beyond merely seeing through smoke-filled environments, FLIR Thermal Imaging Cameras provide a comprehensive view from multiple angles, enhancing resource allocation decisions. These cameras, by clearly visualising heat sources, are crucial for HAZMAT and search and rescue operations, allowing for strategic manoeuvering, improved orientation, and faster victim location.
Our industry-leading handheld range includes the K1, K2, K45, K33, K53, K55, and K65. The K1, the most affordable in the range, is ideal for individual firefighters, restoring sight in low visibility situations and locating hotspots in wildland mop-ups. The FLIR K2, with a larger screen and glove-friendly button interface, can measure temperatures up to 500°C (932°F) and operate in temperatures up to 260°C (500°F).
At the pinnacle of the range is the K65, a tactical TIC designed for monitoring rapidly changing fire conditions, even revealing convection currents. Fully compliant with the NFPA 1801-2021 standard, the K65 boasts fully sealed connectors and a secured battery, ensuring usability, image quality, and durability in firefighting tasks.
There are a range of accessories available to complement each and every K series camera.
FLIR – the preferred choice of Thermal Imaging Cameras by Fire Services across Australia. Ask us for a demonstration today!
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