The capacity to measure temperatures and actually see difference in temperatures is crucial to owners and operators of building, industrial facility managers and product designers. Thermal imaging is the only technology providing fast, accurate and effective measurements.
THERMAL IMAGING CAN BE USED FOR:
When used for auditing building energy, thermal imaging can effectively pinpoint problems concerning insulation or moisture. Early detection of these kinds of issues is crucial to maintaining and improving building energy performance.
Thermal imaging can alert maintenance personnel to the hotspots that often emerge prior to an electrical fault or mechanical malfunction. Thus, remedial action can be taken on defective equipment before there is a failure, thereby avoiding equipment downtime, more extensive damage and more costly repairs.
Thermal imaging is one of several vision systems used in industry. It enables real-time quality control for in-line monitoring of manufacturing processes; it can also be used to identify hotspots and troubleshoot any manufacturing equipment malfunctions.
Research and development teams can use thermal imaging to take early and targeted heat-dissipation measurements of system electronics and thereby improve their designs.
ULIS’ versatile, powerful thermal imagers provide temperature measurement and imaging to support industrial and building professionals as well as design engineers in their day-to-day tasks.