(L to R) Bullard Regional Sales Manager Mark Jetton, Training Officer Larry Gambotto, Fire Chief...

(L to R) Bullard Regional Sales Manager Mark Jetton, Training Officer Larry Gambotto, Fire Chief Sean Canto,  Battalion Chief Rogers Claussen, and Assistant Chief/Fire Marshall William Cooke accept the first delivery of Bullard TXS Thermal Imagers for Rochester Hills Fire Department.

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Rochester Hills, Michigan, has purchased 50 Bullard TXS Thermal Imaging cameras for the local Fire Department, with has five stations, 56 full-time personnel, and 10 part time personnel.

A thermal imaging camera detects infrared light to allow firefighters to see better through smoke or darkness, helping them identify victims, hot spots, doorways, and hazards. The TXS Thermal Imager is a lightweight, palm-sized thermal imager, weighing 1.6 lbs. TXS offers firefighters a clear and sharp thermal image on the camera’s 3.5-inch display and is designed to be easy to use with simple one-button operation. Bullard engineered and built TXS to be tough and durable, even in extreme fire conditions.

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