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House Energy And The Temperature Problems

There many ways to reduce a home’s energy bill in order to make the temperatures comfortable and efficient. One particular way is through thermal imaging also known as thermography This usually is done through an energy audit with the average cost around $500. While in the process of doing the energy audit, the thermal imaging...

Thermography For Water Leak Detection

The detection of leaks is the first issue that has to be worked on whenever any kind of water leakage arises either in the offices or households. The potential loss that the leakage may be responsible for is not dependent on whether it evacuates plenty of water or not. Instead, a small hidden lake is...

Building Thermography

The thermography of building envelopes is by far the fastest application of the concept of thermography. This is largely informed by the rising costs of energy, Carbon emission reduction targets, and building regulations. Our intention is to let you know of the many options of building thermography and also confer a comprehension of the various...

Using Thermography For Home Inspection

Using thermography can assist homeowners to save a couple of dollars by identifying hidden faults behind the ceilings, walls, and floors of their apartments. Thermography technology utilizes the infrared thermal imaging camera, a technique that was invented for the military. The camera functions like an ‘X-Ray’ machine examining behind the building surfaces for issues. In...

Testing Equipment Safety Using Infrared Thermography

Infrared thermography is a Non-Destructive (NDT) technique to inspect mechanical and electrical equipment from any probable malfunction. Additionally, these thermography instruments use infrared sensors to detect even the slightest change in standard operating temperature of the apparatus.  Unusually high heating of the device or abnormal temperature is an indication that something is wrong with the...

Limitations of Infrared Technology

Despite the widely spread misconception shown on some popular renovation shows, infrared cameras cannot see through walls and subsequently expose defects. On the other hand, infrared cameras cannot see through walls but still having them installed in your home for inspection is vital to offer you that added protection.   History of Infrared Technology To...

Different Uses of Near Infrared

Infrared technology has become a vital tool in different fields over the past years. Did you know that lots of devices that we have in our homes are powered by this kind of technology? It is also a very important industrial tool. For instance, New Infrared Radiation has been used since way back in the...

Can a Thermal Camera Lie?

Thermal imaging is becoming increasingly popular as well as an important pinpointing process in today’s businesses as well as in homes. It can help prevent fires from starting from electrical failures, therefore, many electricians are recommended to carry thermographic cameras and take surveys as a part of their profession to find and resolve wiring complications....

Thermography – A Technology That Can Save You Money

There have been different movies including Predator, or Ghost-busters, that potentially shown our society of how thermal cameras can work. Most of the cameras which show different ghosts or how the aliens were capable of reading heat monikers.  The technology that they used was thermographic cameras, in order to represent the heat signs that the...