Thermal Imaging of Under Floor Heating Systems
A thermographic survey of an underfloor heating system involves capturing thermal images of the floor with the heating system on. Under the appropriate conditions it is possible to identify the location and route of the sub-surface pipes by way of a temperature difference on the surface of the floor.
Surveys of an underfloor heating system are carried out for a number of reasons including:
- To locate and map the network of sub-surface pipes
- To verify that the installation meets with the design specification
- To assist in diagnosing the causes of poorly performing areas
- To assist in locating the source of water leaks
Red Current Ltd uses the highest specification thermal imaging cameras commercially available. Our high resolution cameras are capable of determining temperature differences as low as 0.04°C, enabling us to deliver outstanding results.
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