What are the applications for thermal imaging?
With a growing number of cameras available, along with higher resolutions and increased sensitivity, the applications for thermography
have increased greatly over the past few years, with new applications being discovered all the time. Although there is no definitive list,
below we list some of the common fields that the cameras are used in:
Thermal cameras have long been used in this field as nearly everything gets hot before it fails. In addition, because thermal
imaging is non-contact it keeps the user out of danger whilst performing preliminary checks. Problems that are invisible to the naked eye
can be easily spotted on a thermal image by locating hotspots and thermal gradients that would be indicative of a problem.
Find out more about thermal imaging for industrial maintenance here.
Inadequate or insufficient insulation, building envelope leaks, moisture and substandard work are costly to residential & commercial
building owners. A thermal camera helps you see exactly where energy efficiency needs to be improved.
Find out more about thermal imaging for building diagnostics here.
Medical & Veterinary
High resolution cameras are often used in the medical and veterinary fields for the determination of a number of problems.
Problems such as poor circulation, muscle damage and other issues can be detected by a trained operator.
Find out more about thermal imaging for medical and veterinary applications here.