Infrared cameras are ideal for finding apparent temperature differences between components or materials that can point to a potential problem.
With the growing concern about mold damage and associated health problems, inspectors are becoming increasingly vigilant in checking for areas of moisture within the confines of the building envelope. Weather related damage and flooding, and subsequent mold growth, have also escalated the need for tools that can facilitate fast and accurate moisture investigations.
Learn how IR-Fusion™ works, how blending is accomplished and how this new technology can greatly improve the detail to infrared images to help you identify the exact locations of infrared points-of-interest.
Use a thermal imager to detect problems at many of the test points in a chiller: Control Panel, Compressor, Motor, Bearing and Chilled Water Supply.
Since data is crucial to most organizations' operations, it must be preserved, protected and accessible at all times. Periodic inspections of data centers are very important to ensuring the reliability, continuity and sustainability of the systems they house.
Ensuring that a soon-to-be-launched prototype printer works without any hiccups when it reaches consumer hands is an already daunting task. But when you're doing this for the world's largest printer manufacturer, the task takes on an entirely different magnitude.
The latest technology available combines a digital multimeter with a thermal imager and adds wireless capabilities so measurements can be taken from a safe distance, saved and even stored in secure data centers for later analysis.