Thermal imaging is non-contact, non-destructive testing methodology. It should be understood that thermal imaging cameras DO NOT SEE THROUGH objects such as walls/floors. The cameras ‘see’ very small temperature differences on the surfaces of objects which can provide greater understanding of operational performance without the need for more intrusive investigation.
The key to any thermography application is creating/ensuring suitable conditions that will enable temperature difference to occur and be observed using a thermal imaging camera. Considerations should be given to the following criteria:
- Suitable environmental conditions
- Suitable Camera Specification for the application
- Other Limitations to be considered
The links from the applications listed below are intended to provide basic guidance to be considered when selecting the most appropriate thermal imaging camera.
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for locating hot water and central heating pipework
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for locating Underfloor heating pipework
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for hot water pipe leaks
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for cold water pipe leaks
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for locating moisture ingress and damp
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for assessing Building Heat Loss issues
Thermal Imaging Camera Hire for Bat Surveys
Camera Resolution Comparison
To assist with understanding the difference in image quality of the range of thermal imaging cameras for hire, select the desired application below where images have been recorded of the same target under the same conditions using the different cameras.
Please note that all thermal imaging camera hire guidance is intended as a guide only, Red Current Ltd will not be held accountable where the desired results do not meet preconceived expectations.