Thermoteknix products all share a heritage of technical superiority, successful operation in harsh conditions and long-term support from a Company committed to customer satisfaction. Founded in 1982 and with 30 years of consistent technical breakthroughs in infrared (IR) thermal imaging and thermal measurement based hardware, systems and software application products, Thermoteknix has been driven by reliably taking care of our customers’ most challenging needs. Recognized in 1998 by the award of the prestigious “Queen’s Award For Export Achievement”, and by the “Queen’s Award for Enterprise (Innovation)” in 2008 and again in 2015, Thermoteknix is one of the world’s leading sources of thermal imaging expertise and excellence.
Skin Temperature Measurement System
Excerpt - The miniature, discreet and ultra-portable FevIR Scan 2 skin temperature measurement system provides high-speed accurate skin temperature measurement. FevIR Scan 2 skin temperature measurement system is an adjunctive screening system which is used for triage, serving in many countries around the world. FevIR Scan 2 skin temperature measurement system is easily installed, operated and relocated with a minimum of setup time and following practical operator training. The system is password-protected to prevent unauthorised changes while the flexible configuration software allows the user to select Thermal and Visible imaging on Operator and Viewer independent displays with Side-by-Side, or Picture-in-Picture formats. Audible, visible and electronic alerts can be set based on absence of face masks as well as temperature thresholds.More Information
Excerpt - Thermoteknix adds mask detection to its FevIR Scan 2 temperature screening technology in fight against coronavirus (CoVID-19). New face mask detection technology launched in response to US President-elect Joe Biden’s plans to mandate mask wearing nationwide. The release of the new face mask detection technology comes hot on the heels of news that US President-elect Joe Biden plans to promote mask wearing in public during the first 100 days in office to curtail the spread of coronavirus.More Information