IDEAL announces summer sales promotion on HeatSeeker thermal imaging camera


Sycamore, Ill.—Summer is here, and it’s time to ramp up your businesses by offering thermal imaging as a service to customers. IDEAL is making that easier with savings on its HeatSeeker family of thermal imaging cameras.  
Lasting until August 31, IDEAL is offering aggressive deals of up to 70 percent off  HeatSeeker models 61-846 and 61-844 with features such as auto hot/cold cursors, full image blending, voice-text annotation and auto report generation. Both cameras are optimized for applications that include industrial maintenance, general troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, energy audits, HVAC/R, restoration/remediation and facility management.

In addition, IDEAL is making its Certified Level I Thermal Imaging Training Course more affordable to multiple end-users. Customers that purchase a HeatSeeker are offered the certification course at a substantial discount. The course meets Level I ASNT-SNT-TC-1A recommendations for thermal/infrared testing as established by the American Society for Non-Destructive Testing (ASNT), and will be conducted by an ANST/PdM TIR Level III instructor with more than 20 years of infrared thermography applications experience.

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