Thermography

Thermography has a long history, although its use has increased dramatically with the commercial and industrial applications of the past fifty years. Government and airport personnel used thermography to detect suspected swine flu cases during the 2009 pandemic. Firefighters use thermography to see through smoke, to find persons, and to localize the base of a fire. Maintenance technicians use thermography to locate overheating joints and sections of power lines, which are a sign of impending failure. Building construction technicians can see thermal signatures that indicate heat leaks in faulty thermal insulation and can use the results to improve the efficiency of heating and air-conditioning units.      

       Applications:
  •  Building envelope inspections                     
  •  Low Slope and Flat Roofing Inspections
  •  Moisture Inspections
  •  Energy Losses in Buildings
  •  Building Energy evaluation

 

                                                                     

Our Energy Engineers are also Level-I Certified Infrared Thermographers by the Infraspection Institute. Therefore V.M.S has the ability to carry High Quality Thermographic Audits both in private and industrial facilities.