Thermal cameras for building diagnostics


The building sector offers the largest single potential for improving energy efficiency, and therefore the EU has formed a directive for Energy Performance of Buildings (European Energy Performance of Buildings Directive, EPBD), mandatory within the EU for all new buildings and large constructions since 2008.


Infrared thermography is the easiest and quickest method to detect energy waste, moisture and electrical issues in buildings.  An infrared camera shows exactly where the problems are and helps focus the inspectors' attention allowing him or her to properly diagnose areas with energy loss.

FLIR thermal imaging cameras for building diagnostics

i3 i5 i7   i3 i5 i7   Ebx
FLIR Ex-Series 
  FLIR i3 / i5 / i7  
  FLIR Ebx-Series 
T400bx   T600bx    P640
FLIR T400bx-Series
FLIR T600bx-Series
   FLIR B660


Renewable energies

The fact that traditional energy sources like coal, gas and oil are scarce has led to high prices. Furthermore, awareness has risen that we cannot keep polluting our planet using these fossil fuels.
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Building Diagnostics

Buildings may be quickly and thoroughly scanned using a FLIR thermal imager, identifying problem areas that can't be seen by the naked eye.
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Energy Auditing & Home Inspection

Excessive air leakage can account for up to half of the energy consumed to condition buildings. The leakage pathway is often complex and, without thermal imaging, extremely difficult to visualize.
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Property & Facility Management

Thermal imagers are a valuable tool in predictive maintenance of electrical, mechanical, and structural systems, to detect problems, prevent downtime, guide corrective action, and increase work safety.
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HVAC & Plumbing

With FLIR thermal imagers it's easy to scan an entire building to see the relation of HVAC system, building envelope, and plumbing issues.
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Moisture & Restoration

The presence of moisture in building envelopes, either from leakage or condensation, can have serious consequences.  With infrared images, water damage is easily detected.
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