Frequently Asked Questions

We provide free of cost replacement of the same product or authorise and accept a return and replacement only within Seven (7) days after the product has been delivered from our end, only in case of incorrect product delivered or any proven manufacturing defect. The warranty will only be in effect if the Model No. of item supplied is not same as the model no. of item ordered (as mentioned in P.O./Metravi Website). If the item is reported to have any MANUFACTURING DEFECT, these defects have to be replicable at our location and verified mutually.
All invoices for our products are GST invoices. In case you are a GST registered individual or company and require the GST invoice for claiming GST ITC (GST Input Tax Credit), then you need to FILL UP your company name, registered billing address and GSTIN, without fail, BEFORE placing your order and paying for the same. Once the Invoice is issued against the order, we are unable to change any details, including GST requirements for the same.
We will provide free of cost replacement of the product or authorise and accept a return only within Seven (7) days after the product has been delivered from our end. The warranty is only in effect if 1) Model No. of item supplied is not same as the model no. of item ordered (as mentioned on the Metravi Website). 2) The item has any MANUFACTURING DEFECT and these defects can be replicated at our service location and verified mutually. Our complete Returns Policy is available here. Important Note: At the time of taking the delivery of the items you ordered, please ensure that the product received is undamaged, is properly packed and acknowledge the same to the delivery person. Acceptance of package would imply checking and confirmation of correct and complete product set received in new and intact condition.

Yes, but you have to consider the problem of reflections. Usually the oven is hotter than the target. The target has some reflectivity so the thermometer measures the emitted energy as well as the reflected energy and indicates too high. This can be eliminated by using a sight tube, or possibly measuring the target at the exit of the oven. For glass, plastic films, and paper applications selection of the right thermometer can eliminate the reflection problem without a sight tube or looking at the exit of the oven.

We are sorry, we accept only prepaid orders currently. There are various ways you can pay for your purchase, including Credit Card, Debit Card, NEFT/RTGS/IMPS and Wallets, via fully secure payment gateways. All online transactions on our website are 100% secure.
Please contact us for paying using an International Credit Card. We have a PayPal account and will facilitate as and when required.

Please note that we DO NOT entertain returns in case you have ordered the wrong item or if you expected the item to have certain features which is/are not mentioned on the website and/or the respective catalogue (as available on our website https://www.metravi.com).

You are requested to read and go through all the product features and specifications in detail before placing any orders. Reach out to us for any further queries or clarifications.

In order to return or get replacement for any eligible order, the UNUSED item(s) is to be returned to us in their original packing in unopened and undamaged condition, along with packaged accessories, all original tags/labels attached and proof of purchase, within Seven (7) days from date of receipt of items(s) at your end.

 

Yes, the window has to be transparent for the wavelength of instrument you are using. For 1 to 2.6 microns we suggest quartz, for 3.4 to 5.4 microns we suggest Calcium Fluoride.

No, the infrared thermometers cannot see thru these interferences. However, in most industrial applications the dust and smoke are rising from the hot object and, if your eye was as fast as the IR thermometer you can see openings where the instrument has a clear line of sight. With the aid of a function called a peak picker the instrument can indicate the target temperature and ignore the cold readings caused by the dust and smoke.

For instruments that operate from the visible to 2.6 microns the color will usually change the emissivity. For wavelengths longer than 3 microns the color will not affect the emissivity. However, color does affect heating. Dark objects will get hotter than light colored objects.