Thermal Imaging for HVAC & Plumbing
A “whole building” approach is needed to maximize energy efficiency whether it’s for home or business. Indoor comfort and air quality can be compromised by poor insulation, failing windows, leaky doorways, loose ductwork, plumbing leaks, or mechanical issues relating to HVAC systems.
An inspection of a ceiling heating system shows several hotspots.
See the Complete Thermal Picture
With thermal imager in hand, HVAC specialists and plumbing professionals get to see the heating and cooling issues in a whole new way. Since your profession is primarily about temperature control, why wouldn’t you use a tool that helps you visualize the problems that your customers can feel and are complaining about? You’ll be able to check air balance easier, locate air leaks and misrouted ductwork faster, and check for weatherization and other wasteful energy loss issues to confirm it’s not the furnace or AC that’s the culprit. Plus plumbers can use the tool to find clogs in drain pipes, locate hot and cold water lines in walls, and more.
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 T420bx and T440bx provide superior thermal resolution, an ergonomic rotating optical block, and fast auto-focus to help the busiest inspectors get the best images easier than ever, even from the toughest angles. Plus speedy wireless communication, MSX enhancement, and more.
The T620bx and T640bx combine incredible 640×480 IR detail with the comfortable flexibility you need to shoot from low, high, and tough angles effortlessly. A larger touchscreen, the best thermal sensitivity, a viewfinder, continuous auto focus, and extra productivity features make inspections a breeze.