Bullard has developed a new thermal imager with improved resolution called the T320TM. The new imager offers the value of a Bullard T3 series and improved 320 x 240 resolution.
The T320TM has the same simple one-button operation firefighters appreciate, Bullard said, while offering improved resolution that firefighters prefer.
The T320TM incorporates Bullard’s trademarked SuperRed Hot system that allows firefighters to use three color levels to pinpoint the sources of fire and progression. It’s also compatible with a wide array of Bullard accessories, including its Mobile Command Center, MobileLink and T3 Glare Shield.
Using infrared technology to see through clouds of smoke, Bullard thermal imagers help firefighters identify victims, locate sources of fires and recognize structural dangers before they cause injuries and deaths.
Since the introduction of its first firefighting thermal imager in 1998, Bullard thermal imagers have captured a leading market position. More than 20,000 Bullard thermal imagers are in service at firefighting and law enforcement agencies around the world.
Founded in 1898, Bullard, headquartered in Cynthiana, Ky., is a leading manufacturer of personal protective equipment and systems worldwide. Product lines include respiratory protection devices, thermal imagers, hard hats, and firefighter and rescue helmets.
For information call 877-BULLARD or go to www.bullard.com.