With a strong presence in the pharmaceutical and FDA-regulated, industrial manufacturing, energy and utilities and chemical processing industries, Transcat will market and distribute FLIR’s infrared cameras and thermal imagers to its approximate 17,000 US and Canadian customers to expand both companies’ market share and value offering. Charles P. Hadeed, President, CEO and COO of Transcat commented, “Transcat is excited to launch this new partnership. FLIR has long been the leader in infrared technology and we are pleased to be a major part of aggressively growing the market for FLIR’s handheld industrial cameras.”

FLIR pioneered the use of infrared cameras for industrial application over 50 years ago and has developed a broad portfolio of thermographic cameras that will now be available to the Transcat target audience. “FLIR and Transcat are both industry leaders, and we believe the combination of our popular camera line and the Transcat customer base will drive revenue and market share increases for both companies,” said Tom Scanlon, FLIR’s Vice President for Americas Thermography. “Transcat is joining FLIR at an exciting time in the life of our distribution program. Transcat is well known for supplying premier hand held instruments and FLIR is the world leader in infrared cameras with a new broad line-up of cameras designed for sale through distribution. We are excited about this partnership and are looking forward to growing business together with Transcat.”

ABOUT FLIR SYSTEMS

FLIR Systems, Inc. is a world leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of thermal imaging and stabilized camera systems for a wide variety of thermography and imaging applications including condition monitoring, research and development, manufacturing process control, airborne observation and broadcast, search and rescue, drug interdiction, surveillance and reconnaissance, navigation safety, border and maritime patrol, environmental monitoring and ground-based security. Visit the Company’s web site at www.FLIR.com

ABOUT TRANSCAT

Transcat, Inc. is a leading global distributor of professional grade test and measurement instruments and accredited provider of calibration, parts inspection, production model engineering and repair services primarily for the pharmaceutical and FDA regulated, industrial manufacturing, energy and utilities, chemical process, and other industries. Through its distribution product segment, Transcat markets and distributes national and proprietary brand instruments to approximately 13,600 global customers. The Company’s Master Catalog offers access to more than 25,000 test and measurement instruments. Transcat delivers precise, reliable, fast calibration, parts inspection, production model engineering and repair services across the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico through its 12 strategically located Calibration Centers of Excellence. Transcat’s calibration laboratories are ISO 9001:2000 registered and the scope of accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 is one of the broadest in the industry.

Transcat’s growth strategy is to expand both its distribution products and calibration services in markets that value product breadth and availability and rely on accredited calibration services to maintain the integrity of their processes.

More information about Transcat can be found on its website at: www.transcat.com

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