(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. - Photo: Bullard

(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.

Photo: Bullard

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.

0 Comments