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The thermographic inspection provides detailed documentation of the thermal imaging of the building components to help prioritize and select the repairs and improvements that need to be made. Infrared cameras capture the heat that a body emits, just as a simple camera captures light.
Further analysis of thermal images by computer-specific programs allows us to have accurate temperature measurements at points of interest to identify problems, perform energy assessments, and recommend appropriate energy intervention and upgrades.
More specifically, thermography is important for capturing energy losses in thermal images, detecting moisture and leaks in the building's hydraulic system, checking pipelines, electrical and mechanical equipment, completeness and efficiency of insulation and circulating air leakage, energy saving after repairs and insulation work.
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