Thermal or infrared (IR) energy is light that is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye. In the infrared spectrum, everything with a temperature above absolute zero emits heat which means that it may be tracked and measured via thermography - even ice emits infrared. More and more IR radiation is emitted as an objects temperature increases and Infrared cameras allow us to see and measure what we are not able to see with the naked eye.

Infrared thermography cameras are an extremely cost-effective, valuable diagnostic tool for many applications including preventative equipment maintenance since nearly all equipment gets hotter before it actually fails.

New applications for infrared thermography continually emerge as the industry continually strives to improve manufacturing efficiencies, better manage energy usage, improve product quality, and enhance worker safety.

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