Thermal imaging, also known as thermography, is a technique for producing an image of invisible infrared light emitted by objects with the use of a thermal imaging camera. Thermal imaging cameras provide rapid scanning of a surface that is nondestructive and environmentally friendly, which allows for quick detection of potential problems or defects that will reduce troubleshooting time and preventative maintenance.
Thermal Imaging Camera Applications and Uses:
Subsurface electrical inspections
High and low temperature heat, condensate and condensate lines
Detect thermal patters on boiler tubes
Mechanical bearing inspections