Environmental thermal imaging is a comprehensive way of ascertaining a setting’s ecology and the different elements that can factor into this. Due to the precision of a thermal imaging camera it can accurately measure the infrared radiation given off by buildings, vehicles, chemicals, electricals and wiring, machinery, pests, chemicals and gases too.
Regardless of whether you require it for domestic or commercial purposes, environmental thermography provides an in-depth analysis of your environment to give helpful insights into the inner workings of what comprises this area.
For domestic settings, if a problematic pest infestation has taken up residence in a property, thermal imaging can identify this issue in order to be able to rectify the situation. Similarly, for commercial purposes, environmental thermal imaging has applications cross multiple industries and for many different uses. When used for vehicular or mechanical assessments, you get to see inside of the object in question, and it showcases where components are working correctly as they should be, but also provides the information on where fault or errors have occurred.
In this sense, environmental thermal imaging saves time and money through accurate assessment without the need for intrusion or dismantling of anything in order to get these answers.
A thermal imaging, or FLIR, camera works by detecting the infrared radiation of a given object, person or animal based on the surface temperature. Due to this, and the fact that this practice is both non-contact and non-invasive it means that there are many applications and uses for this excellent technology.
Thermal imaging cameras have a wide range of applications and uses across an array of different industries and professions. The fact that a thermal imaging camera is able to produce results without any contact or invasion means that you can get easy and accurate answers.
As well as this, it also allows for whatever it is that is being assessed to be in operation during the survey which can be far more insightful than other methods. The industries that we most frequently conduct surveys for are; aerospace, automotive, buildings, chemical, electrical, mechanical, medical, pest control and veterinary.
Within these industries are multiple different applications for the effective use of thermal imaging cameras and their fantastic infrared detection technology.
Yes, a thermal imaging camera can indeed be used during the daytime and daylight hours. The reason for this is because a FLIR camera contains a special lens. What this lens does is that it focuses the heat given off of whatever it is that is being assessed onto a detector that is sensitive to heat. Therefore, a thermal imaging camera is not affected by light and produces equally brilliant results during the day as it would at night too.
Once you are aware that you require a thermal imaging survey then it is time to either pick up the phone to give us a call or fill out the contact for that can be found on every page of this website. We will then arrange a time that is convenient for you to be able to come and provide a free quote for the cost of the service you require. If you have already received a quote from another company, inform us of this for us to beat their price. Then it is time to get down to business, our thermal imaging survey specialists will conduct a thorough survey of whatever you require. Once we are satisfied that we have a comprehensive assessment of the given subject of the survey then we will process the data of this. We provide a report of the survey which outlines the findings of it and explains it in a way that can e understood and that will include the images from the survey too.
A thermal imaging survey will vary in cost, depending on multiple factors. Our service is entirely mobile as we can transport our thermal imaging cameras to wherever they are needed. If you are very far away from on of our offices then this may factor into the cost of your survey. Typically, a thermal imaging survey will be based around a day rate. This is subject to change by factors such as; the selected service, the necessary equipment to complete the survey, the time taken to complete the survey or other factors that are also subject to change.