Thermography, also known as thermal imaging, is a technology that captures infrared radiation emitted by objects and converts it into a visual image, called a thermogram. This technology has various applications across different industries and fields.

Thermography is used for building inspections to identify areas of heat loss, moisture intrusion, and insulation deficiencies. It helps in detecting hidden defects in walls, roofs, windows, and HVAC systems.

Electrical Inspections: In electrical inspections, thermography is used to identify overheating electrical components such as loose connections, faulty circuits, and overloaded equipment, which could lead to electrical failures and fire hazards.

Mechanical Inspections: Thermography is employed in mechanical inspections to monitor the temperature of rotating equipment, motors, bearings, and other machinery components. It helps in detecting early signs of wear, friction and malfunction.

Thermography requires specialized equipment such as thermal imaging cameras, which are available in various configurations and levels of sophistication.