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Thermal imaging shows what the human eye can’t see

Infrared radiation (IR) is emitted by every object above a temperature of -2730c. Although the human eye cannot detect infrared radiation, a thermal imaging camera can, and takes pictures of objects to show the amount of heat they are emitting. Thermal imaging cameras are thus invaluable diagnostic tools in a variety of industries, as thy can detect abnormally hot or cold areas of components. In other words, you can detect problems that are individval to the naked eye.

 

The Benefits of Thermal Imaging

Anyone who is responsible for identifying electrical or mechanical problems or conditions will benefit from a thermal imaging camera. A thermal imaging camera products non-contact temperature measurement as thermal imaging and will greatly help by increasing quality, saving costs and speeding up your work. With the reporting software included the camera package it is easy to create reports, analyse and document your findings.

 

Simple steps to thermography success

  • Detect hidden problems, make quick damage assessments and perform preventative inspections
  • Identify energy loss and poor insulation
  • Spot electrical faults before it is too late
  • Product instance thermal images of your findings
  • Create reports, analyse and documents your findings with easy to use software

 

Thermal Imaging in Building Applications

A building diagnostic inspection with a thermal imaging camera can help:

  • Visualise energy loss
  • Detect missing or defective insulation
  • Source air leaks
  • Find moisture in insulation, roofs and walls
  • Detect mould and badly insulated areas
  • Locate water infiltration in flat roofs
  • Detect breaches in water pipes
  • Detect electrical faults