Aerial thermal digital maps of
buildings - these can be integrated with OS maps using G.I.S. These
images have been reduced to one fifth of their original size. Click
either image to enlarge.
and after" images displaying the effects of insulation.
Damp applications - the
image on the left clearly locates where the d.p.c. is failing. The second image
shows the effect of a leaking drainpipe and highlights the degree of saturation.
Thermal imaging can be
used to analyse the integrity of temperature reliant units such as kilns (left) and cold
storage units. The white areas on the kiln show where heat is getting out
whilst the yellow areas on the cold store depict heat getting in.
Here, thermal imaging
has been utilised to detect faulty electrical installations .
These aerial surveys
show the extent of a forest fire (left) and an oil spill - the white areas show the
The yellow areas show thermal anomalies.
This image detects the exact
location of underground hot water pipes.
This image, looking
down on a roof, was taken using our unique mobile camera mast. White areas show
water ingress invisible to the naked eye.
Here, thermal imaging has been used
to detect the exact location of beams in a timber framed house. The walls are fully
rendered and the timber is invisible to the naked eye.