Thermal Imaging Home Inspection

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Thermal Imaging Home Inspection Leak Detection

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Introduction Water is one of the most common causes of property damage. If you live in a wet area or not you should always be aware that water causes problems. Property damage from water can occur from leakage collapsed pipes collapsed supply line under concrete slabs blast pipes clogged toilets or a split line connected to your washing machine. Among a myriad of other causes water can get in areas you may not be able to see with the naked eye. That’s why a scan is so important.

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What Is Thermal Imaging Thermal imaging thermal video and infrared thermography are categorized as thermal imaging science. Thermographic cameras normally detect radioactivity in the “long-infrared area of the electromagnetic spectrum” designed to generate images with non-lethal radiation. Armed forces including The Army Navy and Air Force use thermal imaging for many situations such as night operations aerial intel medical purposes and more. Thermal detectors within these devices capture the Infrared transmission generated by all types of objects and projected onto a screen visible for the user to identify information. Residential thermal imaging device can detect damaged sections of your home which is invisible to the naked eye. Have a look at our home page there’s plenty of examples of what “we see” and what “you see” .

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Types Of Infrared Thermal Scan The thermal imaging sensor is one of the best domestic water leak detection equipment available on the commercial market today. Divided into two types - cooled thermal imaging and uncooled thermal imaging. Cooled thermal imaging transmits higher image quality and can even be viewed inside of a vacuum or sometimes within a sealed container that is cryogenically chilled.

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However the quality of uncooled thermal imaging tends However the quality of uncooled thermal imaging tends to be lower in quality. With being smaller in size low cost to compose and simpler to operate these images contain lower resolution and much less information for the user to understand. Moreover uncooled thermal images contain a sensor that mostly only performs at ambient temperature or room temperature.

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How Does Thermal Imaging Work Thermal imaging cameras transform the information of heat from objects from within the infrared spectrum into a visible light exposure for our eyes to see. Things above absolute zero temperature release thermal infrared energy hence thermal cameras can passively detect all objects and often water damage despite there being a lack of ambient light. T o focus the infrared IR radiation generated by something a specific type of lens is used. The object is scanned by a phased array of IR detector factors. These factors present an expanded temperature guide which is indicated to us as a thermogram. This temperature data detect diverse points of information for us to decipher what is occurring behind your walls. The thermogram created by the detector is then converted into electrical impulses. The impulses are directed to a signal processing unit which is a circuit card with a chip that translates the information into seeable display data. The signal processing unit sends the data to the display where it shows as various colors depending on the intensity of the infrared radiation. The sequence of all the electrical impulses creates the image.

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Thermal Imaging Applications: 1. Medical Condition monitoring 2. Building 3. Research 4. Process control 5. Non-invasive testing 6. Surveillance 7. Chemical imaging 8. Volcanology 9. Thermal mapping 10. Thermology 11. Veterinary Thermal Imaging 12. Night vision and Thermal Targeting 13. UAV Surveillance 14. Musculoskeletal disorders 15. Extracranial cerebral and facial vascular disease 16. Digital infrared thermal imaging in health care and so on

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Advantages Of Thermal Imaging Detection Infrared thermography inspection or thermal imaging has further advantages 1. Thermal Imaging Sensors are able to capture moving targets in real time with video 2. Thermal Imaging Sensors are able to detect deterioration 3. It displays a visible picture so temperatures covering a vast area can be analyzed. 4. Thermal Imaging Sensoring is a non-destructive inspection process. It can be used to find leaks damage or holes in shafts pipes and other building material. 5. This method can be used to measure or observe areas impassable or hazardous. 6. It can be used to detect issues in areas with zero light.

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By understanding thermal imaging and its applications more clearly perhaps now you can see how the technology will assist in working towards fixing your residential water damage. Our thermal imaging home inspection is a perfect non-invasive preventative. Book a scan now. Conclusion

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