Thermal Imaging for HVAC & Plumbing
A “whole building” approach is needed to maximize energy efficiency of a building or a home. Indoor environment can be compromised by poor insulation, poorly sealed windows and doors, inadequate or poorly sealed ductwork, plumbing leaks, or other plumbing issues relating to Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems.
An inspection of a ceiling heating system shows several hotspots.
See the Big Picture
An infrared camera is a practical tool that helps building professionals see the big picture. With FLIR infrared cameras for builders, it is easy to scan an entire building and see the relation of HVAC system, building envelope, and plumbing issues.
And, with FLIR cameras, you get advanced features to help you see how, when, and where energy saving solutions can be implemented. From determining insulation effectiveness to diagnosing faulty ductwork, a FLIR infrared camera helps protect your business from start of a job to completion.
Choose the infrared camera that is right for you:
Blow customers away with the first infrared cameras starting under $1K to deliver thermal, visible, and MSX imaging. Easier than a smartphone, only FLIR’s E4 thru E8 line offers such an affordable, unprecedented choice to new thermographers and seasoned pros alike.
E-Series continues to revolutionize thermal inspection efficiency with more onboard tools for faster imaging, analysis and sharing. Featuring MSX to instantly recognize problem locations, a simpler touchscreen interface, auto screen orientation, Wi-Fi streaming to mobile devices, and Bluetooth to MeterLink test gear.
The T420 and T440 provide superior thermal resolution, an ergonomic rotating optical block, and fast auto-focus to help the busiest technicians get the best images easier than ever, even from the toughest angles. Plus speedy wireless communication, MSX enhancement, and more.
The T620 and T640 combine incredible 640×480 IR detail with the flexibility you need to shoot from low, high and tight angles effortlessly. The large touchscreen, the best sensitivity, a viewfinder, continuous auto focus, remote control and extra productivity tools make inspections a breeze.