What is Thermal Imaging? Thermal imaging is the non-contact detection and measurement of infrared energy or temperature. All objects on earth, hot or cold, radiate infrared energy. To learn more, view the Intro to Thermography Webinar.
How do thermal imagers work? Much like digital cameras, Fluke thermal imagers capture pictures. Instead of seeing visible light like digital cameras, thermal imagers use a detector to measure infrared energy. These measurements are then used to create a thermal image by assigning colors to correspond with certain temperatures.
What are the applications for thermal imaging? Thermal imaging is the fastest and most effective way of finding and illustrating the extent of building issues.
Hidden moisture intrusion behind walls and ceilings.
Escaping Air due to missing or insufficient insulation.
Air Leaks from ducts and unsealed areas
Electrical faults from overheating
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