Gain Early Fire Warnings to Protect Your Waste Management Operation: Hikvision Thermal Cameras are on Watch
Waste management and recycling companies provide a critical service and can now sort and process more waste for recycling. There are increasing demands on this industry which require greater attention to safety. Early fire warning is an integral part of risk management and remains a top priority for industry leaders and their insurers. Hikvision’s thermal cameras provide a comprehensive view across waste and recycling facilities to help with early fire prevention.
Mitigate Risk and Protect Assets with Thermal Fire Prevention
Hikvision thermal technologies allow safety and security personnel to see a wide range of temperature differentiation depending on thermal camera models. Our thermal technology is so sophisticated, it can filter false alarms caused by sun-reflection, forklifts, or other equipment that runs hot. Designed to identify when temperatures are too high, thermal cameras will issue an alarm, vastly increasing response time. It helps mitigate risk by enabling personnel to respond before a fire breaks out, instead of relying on personnel detecting smoke after an area has already been smoldering for a while.
- Use a thermal module to identify when temperatures exceed a set threshold
- Issue an alarm notification
- Help management and security personnel respond quickly to determine if there is a real threat before it destroys property and life
- Eliminate the need to wait for smoke or smoke detector alarms, offering advanced notice of potential fire threats
Hikvision’s thermal cameras come in a variety of styles and features to meet the unique needs of any waste/recycling management facility. Cameras can be mounted in fixed positions using turret, or bullet style bodies. For ultimate flexibility, cameras can be installed to moveable masts and utilize pan, tilt, and zoom (PTZ) cameras for 360-degree coverage. Our range of thermal product lines are also available in models with higher measurement accuracy levels to meet diverse end user requirements.
To choose the correct thermal camera model and add an extra layer of safety and security to your facility, please visit the thermal camera product page or contact your representative.