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Thermal imaging is a technology that allows US Infrared Inspections to show you things about your home or commercial building that are not possible to achieve using other inspection methods. Thermography is a tool for recording nearest surface temperatures and our expert engineers have the ability to correctly set up their cameras with the right object parameters for the given situation. Our high level training ensures that we correctly assess the inspection and apply the required thermographic technique. Our office is based in Fort Washington, Maryland (MD). Click here to know more!
Find out how a Thermal Imaging Camera can help you with electrical and mechanical inspections in your facility.
Thermal Imaging Inspections allow us to see hazards and energy issues not visible to the eye.
These images below revealed problems in large buildings and facilities, which were caught in advance saved the maintenance team time, money, and aggravation.
Expert Thermographers measure surface temperatures by using sophisticated infrared equipment.
These tools photograph light in the heat spectrum. The spectrum photograph will range in colors depending on their temperature – giving the inspector the ability to see things our normal eyes cannot. The images produced during an Infrared Inspection can reveal a variety of things from overheating electrical and motorized equipment, moisture issues, inefficient mechanical systems, air leaks, and much more. Infrared inspections can also serve as a quality control tool for brand new components and systems as they are installed.
Thermal Imaging for Home Inspections
When Home inspectors come to your door, you expect a thorough investigation of what could be wrong with your premise. The inspectors do their inspection, and maybe you find that they did not get to the depth of it; the reason behind this is the lack of thermal imaging or an infrared inspection. Here are the four reasons why it is important to enlist infrared thermal imaging when doing home inspections.