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3 November 2021 - 16:14, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
1. Moisture Detection in Ceilings and Walls  Thermal imaging is a superb technology for finding water damage in floors, walls, and ceilings. Thermal imaging detects moisture problems by identifying the temperature difference between dry regions and wet areas that wouldn’t be visible during a visual home inspection. It is especially helpful at identifying regions where insulation is lacking. 2. Plumbing...
3 November 2021 - 16:12, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
We use thermal imaging cameras to assist in the diagnosing and detecting of leaks, and for locating hot water pipework in a non-invasive, fast and efficient manner. Our thermal imaging equipment allows us to measure and detect the changes in surface temperature that is being investigated. These temperature changes are not visible to the naked...
20 May 2021 - 17:50, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
Thermal imaging cameras are handheld instruments that measure the heat differential of objects in the view of the camera. Like most technology, capabilities are getting better and better, as well as more affordable than ever, like the pocket sized smart phone attachment, the FLIR One, which we wrote about recently. Thermal imagers have many great...
20 May 2021 - 15:49, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
Do you have a leaking balcony, pooling water, or concrete exposed to water? If you do, you probably already know that there are specific steps and protective measures that should be taken to conserve the functionality and usage of these wet areas before waterproofing. The first step to getting your waterproofing right is to select...
20 May 2021 - 12:37, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
By systematically taking and storing thermal images of data center equipment, you can ensure that data storage remains safe, secure and accessible. Since data is crucial to most organizations’ operations, it must be preserved, protected and accessible at all times. Periodic inspections of data centers are very important to ensuring the reliability, continuity and sustainability of...
20 May 2021 - 12:34, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
Infrared cameras, also called thermal imagers, are useful for troubleshooting motor problems as well as for monitoring motor condition for preventative maintenance in power generation, manufacturing and commercial plants. Infrared images reveal a motor’s heat signature and that can tell you a lot about its condition. Indeed the condition of motors can play an important...
20 May 2021 - 12:32, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
Presenting a clear report of your thermal inspection and easily sharing data are just as important as getting high quality images. Sometimes it may seem that you spend more time on your report than on scanning with your infrared camera, but they work hand in hand. You want the report to be thorough and accurate...
20 May 2021 - 12:28, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
Heat is often an early symptom of equipment damage or malfunction, making it important to monitor in preventive maintenance programs. Using thermal imaging preventive maintenance regularly to check the temperature of critical equipment allows you to track operating conditions over time and quickly identify unusual readings for further thermography inspections. By monitoring equipment performance and...
20 May 2021 - 12:24, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace has come a long way regarding Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for thermographers (people using thermal cameras). In the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E, the if the person removing the panel covers wore full arc-rated clothing and PPE, the thermographer could elect...
20 May 2021 - 12:05, by , in Thermal Imaging, No comments
It can be difficult to diagnose and solve building problems such as heat preservation, humidity/moisture invasion, roof moisture damage, poor air conditioning system performance, structural damage and mold detection. The Ti30 is a valuable tool for these applications, enabling the building owner, architect and contractor to verify the building’s performance, find potential problems and seek...

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