The infrared radiation, IR, is a part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we perceive as heat. Thermography, or sometimes referred to as thermal imaging, convert an object’s infrared radiation to heat as a visible image that allows us to ‘see’ and ‘measure’ temperature differences in a convenient way.
To help find flaws in a building’s design thermal imaging can be a good tool. With an infrared camera we can help locating:
- Faults and defects in the insulation of walls and floors.
- Leaks in doors, windows, joints etc.
- Draught along the floor.
- Leaks in ventilation systems.
- Troubleshooting the heating coils in the floor.
- Certain electricity faults.
- Highlighting the hidden wear or other changes that suggest that something is about to fail. Nearly everything gets hot before it fails, which means that errors can be detected before a breakdown occurs.
Perhaps you have an elusive problems that might be made visible with the help of thermography?
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