Safety

Fire Monitoring

Protect your facility from fires.

Eyewitness’s security systems and cameras are operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This includes infrared security cameras that continuously watch fluff piles for potentially devastating sparks that could consume your entire facility. When any trace of heat is detected, the cameras trigger an alarm and our Remote Surveillance Professionals dispatch firefighters right away.

Temperature Alarm Cameras

Eyewitness Temperature Alarm Cameras make it possible to monitor the temperature of an object or an industrial process so that it does not rise above or fall below a certain temperature limit, in order to prevent damage, failure, fire, or other hazards.

The main feature is of course the ability to set temperature alarms. There are two different kinds of alarms: First, we can set an upper or lower temperature limit. If the temperature goes beyond the set limit, the alarm is triggered. Second, we can monitor how fast a temperature changes. If the temperature increases or decreases too rapidly, the temperature alarm is triggered.

Thermal Detection in Action:

Eyewitness Temperature Alarm Cameras make it possible to monitor the temperature of an object or an industrial process so that it does not rise above or fall below a certain temperature limit, in order to prevent damage, failure, fire, or other hazards.

The main feature is of course the ability to set temperature alarms. There are two different kinds of alarms: First, we can set an upper or lower temperature limit. If the temperature goes beyond the set limit, the alarm is triggered. Second, we can monitor how fast a temperature changes. If the temperature increases or decreases too rapidly, the temperature alarm is triggered.

SCRAPYARD BLAZE EXTINGUISHED ON THERMAL CAMERAS

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A metal and fluff pile fire may look mesmerizing and pretty on thermal cameras, but this is a situation that should be taken anything but lightly!

Watch as a small blaze quickly escalates into a towering conflagration, burning literally white hot at its center.

Thanks to remote video monitoring of scrap piles, firefighters were able to quickly get on the scene and the flames are soon doused, subsiding with a few angry puffs of smoke.

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