Drone FAQ’s

Thermal Drones

  • – Spotting the presence of intruders, such as rats, mice and other larger pests hiding within the structure and detected from heat signatures.
  • – Locating flue leaks, which can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Infra-red cameras are effective at locating hot spots in the home:

  • – Detection of circuit breakers in need of immediate – Detecting overloaded and undersized circuits, overheated electrical equipment and components
  • – Detecting general electrical faults.
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  • – Thermal imaging helps in identifying plumbing leaks.
  • – Hidden roof leaks before they cause serious damage.
  • – Identifying missing, damaged or wet insulation.
  • – Water and moisture intrusion around penetrations that could lead to structural damage and mold.
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  • – Thermal imaging helps in detection of heat loss and air infiltration in walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors.
  • – Detecting damaged or malfunctioning heating systems and air-conditioner compressor leaks.
  • – Detecting issues that can lead to energy loss.

Three ways to conduct thermal inspection include:

  • – Baseline thermography.
  • – Thermal trending thermography.
  • – Comparative thermography.
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Thermography is the process of using an infrared camera to look for abnormally hot or cold areas on a component operating under normal conditions. It is useful for the detection of corrosion/erosion damage in plants operating at elevated temperatures.

Category: Thermal Drones

Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced technology that provides homeowners information about their homes that simply cannot be observed using conventional inspections.

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