Thermal imaging cameras, also known as infrared cameras, detect the heat given off by an object or person. Thermal imaging cameras have lenses which focus waves from the infrared energy present in all objects onto an infrared sensor array. These sensors on the array convert the infrared energy into electrical signals, which create a video image. The infrared camera measures and displays a “thermal profile” of objects in relation to the temperature of surrounding objects. A person warmer than the surrounding air appears “white” while the cooler surrounding air or buildings will appear in varying shades of gray.
The Big 5 Show in Dubai has been home to the largest gathering of construction professionals in the Middle East for over 35 years. Every year, thousands of exhibitors from across the globe showcase certified and innovative products related to the construction industry. This video demonstrates the products that were exhibited by Dutco Tennant at The Big 5 Show in 2014.
Fires affect thousands of facilities each year resulting in injury and building damage. Fire is a serious threat to the safety and security of any building. The primary goal of fire safety efforts should be to prevent loss of life and property damage by installing & maintaining fire safety equipment. The infographic presents information on various types of fire safety equipment that can be used by buildings for fire protection and preventing fire damage.
Thermal analysis equipment is used to measure and analyse the properties of materials and certain composites at different temperatures. Thermal analysers are specifically used by laboratories, industrial and diagnostic centers and quality control departments for medical research, polymer/material analysis, and quality control applications, respectively. The infographic presents descriptions and specifications of some common thermal analysis equipment used by these facilities.
Forensic laboratory equipment is used to collect & detect samples for further investigation and evaluation. Having state-of-the-art lab equipment is a necessity for any forensic laboratory. This infographic lists forensic lab equipment that assists in proper forensic investigation and also presents information on various forensic lab sections.
Digital signage is an effective method for communicating your message to the targeted audience. From influencing point-of-purchase decision-making in retail stores to providing wayfinding maps for visitors, this infographic explains how digital signage and wayfinding solutions have become a useful business tool.
What are marine fenders?
Marine fenders are a type of marine equipment that can be used to prevent boats, ships and marine vessels from colliding against each other or docks. They are used on a permanent basis in piers, wharves, ports & harbors and other marine vessel entrance and exit points to prevent damage and deformation to the hull of the vessel as well as to other berthing structures such as jetty, quay wall, and other vessel. Fenders are usually manufactured using rubber, plastic or foam elastomer. They are designed in such a way that the collision prevention process is almost faultless. Fenders are tied to the hull or vessel head and to avoid any accidental collision or damage.