Thermal Imagery Applications

All electrical, mechanical and physical parts heat up before they break. If knowing this information could help you, then a thermal imaging scan completed by a certified thermographer is what you need.

With horses, it is possible to see muscle and tendon injuries before they cause major damage.

In this image we can see a clear sign of a foot injury (in this case gout) in the left foot.

Monitoring wind turbines for predictive maintenance of mechanical and electrical components.

Common Uses of Thermal Imagery

The most common uses for thermal imaging are in the predictive maintenance, building anomaly and military fields but it is quickly finding many more areas of use as a wider understanding of what the technology can do comes to light.
Some of these applications are explained in more detail in our articles.

Please contact us to discuss your specific needs and how thermal imaging can help.

Seeing the hull of ships for defects and evidence of previous work.

Seeing the uniform temperature of hot poured asphalt, which helps prevent potholes.

Forklift Battery

Reading solar panel/tube efficiency.


View the kind of data you will get from an infrared scan