Infrared Inspection Window Lens Materials

Posted by Michelle Detweiler on 8/19/16 1:19 PM
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Welcome back!  This is part 2 of a 10 part series on the "10 Things You Need to Know About Infrared Inspection Windows." You may not have considered that the optic material used in IR Windows is a particularly important component of the product.  The optic is actually the most important piece of the IR Inspection Window. Being new to this industry, I have learned a lot in the last 6 months about Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices.  I would have never thought that careful consideration must be given to the material used depending on the infrared window application. This webinar that Martin Robinson, CEO of IRISS has created will illustrate just how important it is to know the materials available in your IR Inspection Windows.

The photo below is a sample of the IRISS IR Inspection Window Range.  

ShowPiece_72.jpgPart 1 gave you a detailed outline on exactly "What is an Infrared Inspection Window?" and what is the purpose of Infrared Inspection Windows.

If you missed it, click the IR Window picture below to catch up before you watch Part 2 - Materials Used in IR Windows.

IRISS Infrared Windows



After watching this informative webinar, you can answer the question, "What material is used in Infrared Inspection Windows?" You will also learn that some material used in IR Windows are not correct or safe for certain environments.  Choosing the wrong material can be a very costly choice!   

Keep your eye open for Part 3 of this Webinar series on the "10 Things You Need to Know About Infrared Inspection Windows."

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Topics: infrared window, Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices, IRISS, Infrared Windows, IR window, Electrical Inspection, IR windows, Electrical Inspections, Custom, EMSD, Polymer IR Window


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