INFRA-RED THERMOGRAPHY

Photography in the infra-red wave length wherein the temperature differences of objects and surfaces can be readily distinguished. Infra-red thermography is frequently used to (1) identify sources of heat loss or gain which effect building energy efficiency; (2) identify sections of building assemblies containing moisture; and (3) identify electrical or mechanical components which are overheating.

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