Thermography is one of the most important measuring instruments. Moisture distribution and water leakage cause a certain temperature field in the wall or floor, which the thermal image shows.
We constantly experience infrared radiation in the form of sunlight or the radiant heat of a radiator. But we can't see them.
Every object that has a temperature above absolute zero of - 273.15 degrees Celsius radiates in the infrared range. The temperature is not the decisive factor. Just like glowing metal, ice emits infrared rays, which are converted into a radiometric image using appropriate camera technology. This radiometric image is then displayed in corresponding colours for us to see very clearly and interpreted by our qualified specialist staff.
Thermography has been our main working tool since the end of the 1990s, which means that we, as certified thermographers, have a wealth of experience that can hardly be compared.