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Thermal Imaging


Thermal imaging cameras have a wide range of applications. Thermal imaging cameras can be used to identify a number of property issues, such as problems with thermal insulation or electrical hazards that can cause a home to become less energy efficient. They can enable the quick assessment of a building's structure and the identification potential concerns, such as heat loss and damages on your cooling or heating systems.

Our technicians can use thermal imaging to detect areas that are at risk of overheating, loose connections or contact problems, heat signatures associated with high electrical resistance, and overloaded circuits. Thermal cameras can also be used for regular thermal surveys and to monitor electric distribution.

Equipment for the solution

Inspectahire has worked on a diverse range of projects across the world. Learn more about what we do and our products!

  • FLIR EX SERIES_ Thermal Camera

    FLIR VS290-32 Thermal MSX® Videoscope Kit

    The FLIR VS290-32 is an industrial thermal and visual videoscope designed to help professionals quickly and safely...

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    FLIR T1K

    Born out of five decades of infrared expertise and a keen understanding of the expert thermographer’s needs, FLIR T1K cameras redefinethe limits of...

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Recent projects

Inspectahire has worked on a diverse range of projects across the world. Learn more about what we do and our products!

The Royal Mint Remote Cleaning & Inspection

The Inspectahire team deployed December 2021 to affect Water Jetting of a Retort using HP Retro-jetting techniques for the removal of Zinc Oxide and Brass deposits from the internal bore of a Retort...

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Wind turbine inspection

As people and businesses become more environmentally aware and want to reduce their carbon footprint, the switch to renewable energy grows apace. To meet this demand the number and scale of wind...

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Hydro power station support infrastructure inspection

Between the 1930’s and 1950’s there was a concerted effort throughout Scotland to develop hydro power stations to produce electricity to meet the increasing demands of consumers.

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Talk to one of our experts

Contact our technical team for all enquiries. Our teams are here to help and ready to provide friendly advice on all aspects of inspection projects.