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The NIR Borescope (NIR-B) Glass is a short wavelength radiometric infrared borescope imaging camera, designed to produce high definition (656 x 494 pixel) thermal images, along with providing accurate temperature measurements from any selected points in the image.
Suitable for float glass, container glass, borosilicate glass and fibre glass melt furnaces. is a short wavelength radiometric infrared borescope imaging camera for steam reformer and cracker tube continuous temperature measurement and furnace optimisation and monitoring.
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