The World Leader in Thermal Imaging

FLIR Systems is the global leader in infrared cameras and has the widest range of infrared cameras meeting all budgets and requirements. FLIR Systems Australia backs this up with local service, sales, application support and training.

FLIR Systems is the world leader in the design, production and marketing of thermal imaging camera systems for a wide variety of thermography and imaging applications. These include condition monitoring, building inspections, manufacturing process control, gas leak detection, airborne observation, surveillance and security, environmental monitoring and research and development.  FLIR Systems' products play pivotal roles in a wide range of commercial, public safety and military activities in more than 50 countries.  FLIR Systems has other fully owned subsidiaries in Stockholm, Antwerp, London, Paris, Frankfurt, Milan, Sao Paulo, Tokyo and Hong Kong.

Infrared cameras are as easy to use as a camcorder and infrared cameras from FLIR are the best in the world. No other manufacturer can match FLIR in quality, functionality and versatility. We are committed to offering superior infrared camera systems and unparalleled service in the industry. We offer budget and professional infrared cameras of the highest quality. When you buy or rent an infrared camera from FLIR Systems Australia, it comes fully guaranteed. No matter where you are in Australia, we'll be there to support you. You won't go wrong with FLIR and we will look after you for all your thermography needs.

FLIR has offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth. We have also established a FLIR certified service centre based in Melbourne, which is supported by factory trained and experienced service manager and other personnel.

FLIR Systems Australia Pedigree
FLIR Systems Australia personnel have accumulated in excess of over 50 years of experience in industrial, scientific and defence thermography. In conjunction with Melbourne University, we also conduct the primary Australian Accredited IR Course in Thermography (AINDT standard) in Australia.

FLIR has in excess of 500 infrared cameras currently in operation in Australia, ranging from small hand held units in the mining and electrical sector to larger high-end units in scientific research and development.

In recognition of its growth, FLIR Systems Australia (as Australasian Infrared Systems) was awarded the Monash Business Award for Innovation and Business Growth in 2004.

Existing FLIR Systems Australia customers include:
• Department of Science and Technology
• Department of Defence
• Power and Electrical Utilities
• Electrical Contractors
• Universities
• Mining Companies
• Building Consultants and Pest Managers
• Manufacturing Facilities
• State and Federal Police Forces
• Health Professionals and Veterinarians

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