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About Reduction Revolution

Reduction Revolution is a business focused on energy efficiency and sustainability. Our products will help slash your energy usage. But they also often improve comfort, save time, and reduce your maintenance costs. That's why we say waste less, live better.

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Reduction Revolution Pty Ltd is an Australian owned and operated business (ABN 74 141 672 764).

Since 2010 we have supplied tens of thousands of customers across Australia & NZ.

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    FLIR, the manufacturer of our thermal imaging cameras, is at pains to remind the public that thermal scanners are not medical devices. As such, they cannot be relied upon to single-handedly detect or diagnose coronavirus (COVID-19), SARS, H1N1, or a fever. However, they... read more

  • 65 Unique Uses For Infrared Thermal Imaging Cameras

    Images from thermal cameras are often used in news coverage for good reason: thermal vision is pretty damn impressive. The technology doesn't quite allow you to 'see through' walls, but it's about as close as you can get to x-ray... read more

  • Does Earth Hour Work? Earth Hour Photos from Sydney

    Earth Hour is an annual event to encourage environmental awareness, energy efficiency and action on climate change. You can participate by switching your lights off for one hour. It's typically run in March each year on a Saturday evening. Switching your lights... read more