Infrared Thermography is the most pragmatic and cost effective method to detect moisture and electrical issues in buildings, as well as energy waste, and often also mechanical faults. Building Response specialise in both building diagnostics, renovation and reparation, and thermographic analysis within the industrial sector.
Our qualified Infrared Thermal Imaging Technicians and Water Damage Restoration Technicians provide crucial diagnostic information both on site and in the form of a supporting report which can reduce overall costs, negating the need for disruptive inspection methods, assist contractors with their work, and provide crucial information for insurance claims.
An infrared camera can show exactly where problems lie; by locating and monitoring thermal gradients, our specialists can preempt electrical, structural or mechanical faults, as well as track the extent of structural or water damage, which could be paramount to damage limitation.
We provide the following Thermal Imaging & diagnostic services:
|Periodic Thermal Imaging Surveillance & Predictive MaintenanceUsing regular or scheduled infrared thermal imaging surveys will help stop costly breakdowns by spotting deteriorating components before they fail.|
|Electrical Fault FindingFault finding and pathology tracking for fuse boards, control panels, UPS control panels and battery systems, busbar systems, electrical distribution system, high voltage and mediumvoltage systems.|
|Industrial Fault Finding & Petrochemical SurveysIndustrial thermographic surveys are an invaluable service for your predictive maintenance programme and require skilled qualified infrared thermal surveyors to detect mechanical and electrical faults before they actually give rise to any unplanned and very costly breakdowns.|
|Flood and Moisture AssessmentFlood damage assessment surveys can be carried out within properties to identify the extent of any water damage, identify the location of the leak or to demonstrate to insurers that leaks have occurred. The presence of moisture in building envelopes, either from leakage or condensation, can have serious consequences. With infrared images, water damage is easily detected.|
|Flat Roof Thermography Infrared thermography can be used as a non-destructive method for leak detection in flat roofs. Using a thermal camera a qualified technician will scan the roof and monitor the difference in temperature between wet and dry insulation and water ingress. This will identify leaks and areas which may require further investigation. Flat Roof Leak Detection.|
|Energy Loss Surveys & Building DiagnosticsWe can conduct a thermal imaging inspection of your property and produce a report which clearly identifies heat loss or energy wastage, the location of such areas of loss, and the severity.|
|Property & Facility ManagementThermal imagers are a valuable tool in predictive maintenance of electrical, mechanical, and structural systems, to detect problems, prevent downtime, guide corrective action, and increase work safety.|
|Underfloor Heating Survey & HVAC and PlumbingWith FLIR thermal imagers it’s easy to scan an entire building to see the relation of HVAC system, building envelope, and plumbing issues.|
|Equine Thermal Imaging ServiceWe offer a service either directly to Vets for their own diagnostic purposes or we can offer a Diagnostic Service using an experienced Infrared Thermal Imaging Specialist who can liaise with the on site Vet for thermal interpretations.|