Anatomy of an IR Windows


Infrared (IR) Window:
  • Square IR window optic provides best in class field of view, with 28% to 65% more optic area than similar sized round windows

  • Square format yields superior field of view. When images are taken at broad angles through the window, the square aperture matches the camera’s squared display resulting in little to no cropping

  • Impact-resistant optic for unsurpassed durability

  • Full field of view by placing camera lens on the window optic

  • Polymer optic is inherently resistant to moisture, humidity, broad spectrum of acids and alkalis for longevity and stable transmission

  • Transmission throughout the entire long wave and mid wave IR spectra for accurate temperate and ΔT calculations

  • Fail safe stainless steel finger guard

 Structural Features:
  • Stainless steel reinforcing plate (inside the enclosure) ensures a tight, flat seal in the event of blast forces

  • Stainless steel studs with Nyloc nuts ground and anchor the window into virtually any enclosure

  • Gaskets between the cover and body, and between the body and enclosure provide a NEMA 4X seal for indoor and outdoor use



Window Body and Cover:
  • Machined from 1/2” aluminum bar stock for unmatched resilience (stainless steel available)

  • Corrosion Resistant: Treated with Mil Spec anodizing process and then powder coated for “belt and suspenders” protection against industrial environments

  • Cover mounted on stainless steel hinges for ease of use and captivated component

  • Cover fastens with 1/4-28 stainless steel captive screws for a safe, secure seal


Infrared Inspection is a proven, non-destructive technology for early detection of impending failures in electrical and mechanical systems. Proactive infrared inspection has the potential to reduce risk, increase operational safety, and bolster production efficiency.

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

Our engineering professionals conduct an

Arc Flash Hazard Analysis to determine the amount of energy generated in an arc flash incident, providing the information required to keep your employees safe.

Managed PdM Programs

Successful PdM programs are customized to fit an organization’s needs, equipment, priorities, resources, budget and culture.

Our Managed Predictive Maintenance Programs develop client-centric strategies ensuring overall PdM program effectiveness.