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Infrared thermometers are reliable and easy to use, ideal for taking surface temperature measurements in situations where the object is hard to reach. When using an IR thermometer in a cold or hot environment, it is recommended you allow the unit to acclimatise for up to 30 minutes to improve the accuracy of the reading.

IR Tips:
- Try and get as close as you can to the object being measured
- Ensure you are perpendicular to the surface being measured
- Be mindful of the surface’s emissivity value
- Keep the lens clean and clear of debris
- Always store your thermometer in a dry, cool place
- Never submerge any part of your infrared thermometer

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Our Team

Management and staff at Ross Brown Sales Pty Ltd are totally committed to the provision of quality products and service. Our extensive range of products allows us to satisfy most requirements and we are always happy to supply custom manufactured/modified equipment.

We operate and maintain a NATA Accredited Laboratory, (Accreditation No. 1808). Our Laboratory can calibrate pressure and vacuum measuring devices to AS 1349 and similar standards in the ranges of -95 kPa to 0 and 20 kPa to 100 MPa.