Thermal Imaging / Infrared Includeds
Infrared (IR) thermography is a non-contact method for detecting the difference in temperature between a problem area and its surroundings.
Depending on the underlying cause, the problem area may be warmer or colder than its surroundings. This temperature difference is clearly visible in the camera image display. A trained inspector can immediately determine the source of the problem and what is causing it without having to first tear into walls or disassemble equipment.