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Thermal Imaging is an umbrella term that refers to the field of thermography, where hidden environmental errors can be displayed in an image via the use of infrared light; a type of light that cannot be seen by the human eye. Such thermal imagers pick up on the temperature of this infrared light and display it in the form of a thermal image, displaying complex test results without the need to perform complicated testing procedures that may be invasive or damaging to the environment or material.
Thermography can be applied to assess the functionality of electrical components, machinery, and systems, as it assesses components that may be producing more heat than usual, and therefore malfunctioning. Such faults can usually be detected before they become larger electrical hazards.
The application of thermography is also becoming more prevalent in fields such as firefighting, security, and surveillance, due to a number of suitability factors: the ability of handheld thermal imagers to see in the dark and through vegetation, the sensing of fire distribution and human heat signatures, and the ability to assess levels of moisture under the surface of building materials.
Thermal imagers are also becoming an essential tool for maintenance and servicing departments, as, by scanning a repaired component or structural area, engineers can quickly verify that the repair was successful or identify subtle signs that further repair is needed.
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