Thermography and thermal

Thermography and thermal imaging

Energy efficiency is currently a big topic. Using thermovision and thermography we can monitor and control energy equipment. We will visually show the temperature differences on the surface and thus help with diagnostics, maintenance and safety.

Thermal imaging is the best tool to achieve energy efficiency. We use it to improve the energy efficiency of buildings and reduce energy costs. We can help you minimize heat loss. We can use thermography in combination with a 3D digital twin of a building or energy equipment. We store measured and evaluated data on temperature anomalies and differences in BIM.


What can we process with thermography and thermovision

We can measure the heat losses of buildings. If you want to manage your property well, save on costs and ensure energy efficiency and sustainability, you need thermal imaging. Is your building sufficiently insulated? Does the insulation suffer from any shortcomings? We will carefully check the quality of the buildings' insulation. We can quickly find the places where the greatest heat loss occurs. If we identificate the thermal bridges, you will know where to plan additional insulation or repairs. We can also record the temperature changes of the building over time. This will allow us to obtain data on the thermal properties of the building and identify problems or changes during the processes. With this infomration we can plan energy savings and renovations to reduce heat loss and achieve energy efficiency.


Energy equipment

Using thermal imaging, we can detect overheating in time, which can signal a malfunction in energy equipment such as electrical panels, transformers or motors. This will enable us to procees the preventive maintenance. We can also check the quality of insulation in energy equipment, which is essential for energy efficiency and safety. At the same time we can identify overheating or temperature anomalies that could cause fire or other safety problems. In some energy equipment thermal imaging helps us monitor temperature changes during operation, which can be important for diagnosing problems or optimizing processes.