Ecobuild 2018 will feature FLIR Systems showcasing its widest ever choice of cameras and imaging meters, as it continues its considerable commitment to thermal imaging for building science applications.
A whole host of new models have been joined the range since the company’s last Ecobuild appearance, collectively providing a thermal imaging solution for all specifications and prices
The world leading infrared specialist believe there has never a more important time for its thermal imaging to save energy, as it is a speedy and effective troubleshooting and thermal analysis tool which can be applied to a range of applications.
Poor insulation, water entering, air leakage, damp and moisture, plumbing and drainage blockages, thermal bridging and underfloor heating faults are just some of the issues that can be exposed by the technology.
A major attraction is the visual evidence of the problem it provides, which can be easily shared and understood by others.
FLIR Systems’ Ecobuild 2018 stand, taking place from 6 -8 March at ExCel London, will feature all manner of ranges, one being the professional FLIR T-Series and its hallmark tilting head. These cameras provide elite sensitivity, high resolutions and incredible image clarity thanks to FLIR’s patented enhancement technology.
FLIR’s professional thermal inspection using unmanned aircraft will also be at the show. Aerial thermography has obvious benefits for large building analysis, with imaging viewable live and in real time at the ground control station.
Both recorded radiometric video and still images can then be downloaded for post processing when the aircraft is back on the ground.
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