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Infrared thermography evaluates the level of warming in low, medium and high voltage systems. Problems with connections and wiring are clearly highlighted as “hot spots” by the infrared imagery.
Blockages in exposed pipes and leaks in pipes hidden behind walls and under floors can often be quickly identified.
Mould and Moisture
It is often difficult to find the point of entry of water through a roof or wall. Visible signs of mould or moisture are often far away from the actual leak. Thermal imaging will highlight the moisture pathway.
Thermal Imaging can detect the presence of mould in carpet, behind vinyl wallpaper.
A non-destructive method for detecting moisture intrusion in roof systems, ceilings, walls and floors; as well as underground heating systems and sprinkler systems. Air leaks around ill-fitting windows and doors can also be detected.
Thermal imaging or ‘infrared’ imaging can detect temperature differences that are unseen by the human eye, it is particularly useful for locating rain-related leaks, enabling is to locate problems quickly and without destruction.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What types of leaks can thermal imaging detect?
Thermal imaging can detect various types of leaks, including water leaks and blockages in exposed pipes and in pipes hidden behind walls and under floors.
It can also detect moisture intrusion in roof systems, ceilings, walls and floors; as well as underground heating systems and sprinkler systems. Also, air leaks around ill-fitting windows and doors.
How long does a thermal imaging inspection typically take?
The duration of a thermal imaging inspection depends on the size and complexity of the area being examined. In most cases, a typical inspection can be completed within a few hours.
What areas do you service?
LeakTech has local teams that provide services in Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, and Gympie.