The Five Don'ts Of Thermal Imaging

Thousands of fire departments across North America have placed thermal imagers (Tis) into service. While some departments have only one or two cameras, others have a TI on every fire company. Tis are clearly making the transition from "cool toy" to...


Thousands of fire departments across North America have placed thermal imagers (Tis) into service. While some departments have only one or two cameras, others have a TI on every fire company. Tis are clearly making the transition from "cool toy" to "critical tool"; however, a thermal imager is...


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BRAD HARVEY is the Thermal Imaging Product Manager at Bullard. He is a veteran of public safety as a firefighter, police officer and paramedic and is certified through the Law Enforcement Thermographers' Association (LETA) as a thermal imaging instructor. Harvey has worked as a high-angle rescue instructor and is a certified rescue technician and fire instructor. If you have questions about thermal imaging, you may e-mail him at brad_harvey@bullard.com.