Use Thermal Imaging Camera in Electrical Fire Prevention Inspections

The holidays are right around the corner, and that means lots of decorations, lights inside and outside the house, power strips, and a massive amount of those unsightly extension cords. Based on your firefighting experience, bringing a thermal imager (TI) with you during these fire prevention inspections would make your job that much easier, don’t you think? Because these are potential fire hazards that can be detected using a thermal imaging camera. 【Trainer】: Manfred Kihn, a 19-year veteran of the fire service. He has served as a firefighter, captain, and fire chief, as well as an ambulance officer. 【Tool】: Bullard Thermal Imaging Cameras for fire service 【Learn more TI Training】:

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