Extreme Thermal Film Patch
Increase your safety and protection with Extreme Thermal ID patches.
The patch provides you 24/7 identification feedback for your covert, SAR, and chase operations. No more guessing! You will know who is who and where they are during the operation. Excellent for any aerial operation – drone or helicopter.
To get started just secure the patch to the loop (velcro) on your helmet, shoulder, back, chest or gear.
While using a thermal imager, set your palette to black hot or white hot. Either setting will provide the black or white contrast needed to detect and ID your help wearing the thermal patch.
Unlike IR patches, thermal patches can be detected through smoke, sand, and fog. Your best ID choice for bad weather conditions.
Ultimately, a thermal patch will boost the communication, information and ultimate success of your operation.
3 Easy Steps
1. DISCOVER: Call 443.292.8885 or Contact Us. We will listen and evaluate to Discover and better understand your problem.
2. DESIGN: Next, with this information, our engineers will Design a new ID or recommend an existing ID to solve your unique problem.
3. DELIVER: Finally, we will Deliver a premium IR ID patch or marker to protect you.
Thermal Patches: Know who is who and where they are
When viewed with a Thermal imager personnel can identify the persons or objects using a thermal patch because a black or white contrast is visible.
The ID and location of the person/vehicle involved is determined. Better information for split second decisions prevents accidents and increases results.
- The high contrast film provides quick ID for accurate communication between units.
- The durable patch is built to withstand harsh outdoor environments and will provide excellent feedback for up to 3yrs.
- We recommended sizes of 4″ x 4″ or larger for best detection and ID.
- The durable Hook backing stays secure on the loop and will not accidentally fall off.
- The Extreme film is available in black only for easy visible ID.
Read More about how thermal films work with thermal imagers.