Thermal Imagers By Application
Confused about selection? Let us help! TruTech Tools has worked with the manufactures and certified thermographers to select cameras best suited for the specific applications listed below. Cameras were categorized and selected for features, specifications, price and ease of use.
Building Diagnostics (BD)
Application notes and considerations for thermal imagers and infrared cameras used for building diagnostics or energy auditing.
Because these cameras are often also used by work crews in less than ideal conditions consider also durability as these cameras may have a higher likelihood of being dropped. Some cameras in this selection have tough over molded construction making them ideal for these applications.
Application notes and considerations for thermal imagers and infrared cameras for roof inspections
Application notes and recommendations for thermal imagers for electrical inspection
Application notes and considerations for thermal imagers and infrared cameras used for facilities inspections.
Equestrian & Veterinarian
When selecting a camera for equestrian and veterinarian applications thermal sensitivity is of primary importance. Because small temperature differences at a very defined temperature range may be key indicators of problems, high end building diagnostic thermal imagers are well suited for this application.
Pest Control / Remediation
Application notes and considerations for thermal imagers and infrared cameras used for pest control and remediation.
Heavy Mobile Equipment
Is it tough enough? The first question you should ask when selecting imagers for these applications. Harsh environments provide a whole new set of challenges.
Tanks & Vessels & Silos
Thermal imagers can easily be used to determine the levels of fluids in silos if a temperature difference exists.
Imagers used for General Maintenance often demand a wider temperature operating range. Imagers under this classification are often used for everything from electrical inspection to inspection of roofing materials or even tracking water leaks from plumbing between floors.
Moisture Mold Remediation
Thermography provides a method of inspecting for mold and moisture without destruction of large amounts of building material to isolate the source of the problem.
Application notes and considerations in selecting a thermal imager or infrared camera for industrial maintenance applications.
Steam- Heating and Process
Applications notes and considerations for thermal imagers used for steam heating and process.