Thermal Surveying is becoming more common as a diagnosis and fault finding tool. It has low impact, is non-intrusive and is reliably accurate.
SWH Surveys use the latest in Infra-Red Thermal camera technology. This is backed up the highest level of Thermal survey assessment training our qualified thermographer Andrew Steel has completed.
Thermal imaging is a method of improving visibility of objects in a dark environment by detecting the objects’ infrared radiation and creating an image based on that information. Thermal imaging, near-infrared illumination, low-light imaging and are the three most commonly used night vision technologies.
Our Thermal Surveys use the Infra-red spectrum to analyse and provide data for use in carrying out safety checks and identifying any potential problems in any property.