Infrared thermography Inspection is a noninvasive technique for measuring large amounts of surface temperature data. The technique uses relative measurements of infrared radiation energy. Thermal radiation is one type of electromagnetic radiation that is continuously emitted by all substances due to molecular and atomic agitation associated with the internal energy of the material.

Applications of Thermography/Thermal Monitoring: Thermal Imaging/Thermographic Survey are widely used in residential building, Marine, Industrial and Commercial sector.

Applications are:

Electrical Leak Detection by thermal Imaging

Building Inspection-Concrete slab leakage and civil structural foundation leakages

Mechanical Inspection

Boiler/Furnace Inspection by thermal Monitoring

Marine Thermographic Surveys for Ships/Vessels to find out the electrical leakages.

Reference Documents for Thermal Imaging/Thermography Inspection Services:
MIL-STD-2194, Military Standard: Infrared Thermal Imaging Survey Procedure For Electrical Equipment (12 Feb 1988)

ASTM C 1060-90. Standard practice for thermography inspection of insulation installations in envelope cavities of frame buildings

ASTM E1933 – 99A. Standard test methods for measuring and compensating for emissivity using infrared imaging radiometers.

ASTM C 1153-97. Standard practice for location of wet insulation in roofing systems using infrared imaging.

ANSI ASHRAE 101-1981. Application of Infrared Sensing Devices to the Assessment of Building Heat Loss Characteristics.

DIN 54190-1, 2 and 3. Non-destructive testing – Thermography testing

NF A09 420. Infrared thermography – equipment characterization