At Thermal Vision, we use thermographers certified to the highest of standards, with more experience than most others. We also use equipment that others simply dream of. This combination means that we are equipped to carry out the most advanced analysis in the industry today, providing our customers with the most clear understanding of their … Read More
Below are just a few images from a normal day out with a T1K. The T1K is the most powerful imager on the market today. It’s combination of higher resolution and ground breaking sensitivity deliver uncompromising images. This level of camera in the hands of one of the most experienced thermographers on the market, with … Read More
After another certification renewal cycle, I am pleased to be able to say that I have successfully renewed my PCN Category 3 thermography certification in Electrical, Civil and Mechanical applications. All PCN certificates can be validated on http://www.bindt.org/Certification/pcn-certificate-verification/pcn-verification-form/
What factors affect the emissivity of an object? Material Non-metals, usually have a high emissivity, and are usually fairly constant over time. Metals on the other hand can have a very low emissivity, and as they usually oxidise, their emissivity tends to vary drastically over time. Surface Polished and shiny surfaces tend to have lower … Read More
Why thermocouple readings don’t compare with camera results Question received by email, slightly edited; We are busy working with a foundry that mainly does High chrome white irons. The problem that we are encountering is that there seems to be a variance of about 80°C between our thermal camera and the thermocouple that they … Read More
Thanks to all for the positive feedback on my presentation at the ITC user conference held in Coventry on September 27th & 28th 2017. ITC did an amazing job at organising this years event, with attendance from over 30 countries. The event was a successful mix of presentations and practical workshops.
Thanks to all we met at Reliability Ireland 2017. It was good to catch up with so many in the industry, and to meet so many new people. A special thanks to the organisers (Tellabs) for organising such a great event, and to all those that attended our presentation.
All gases have different properties. Some gases certainly do emit infrared energy. However, they normally only emit in a very narrow spectral band. Thus seeing a gas is certainly possibly by using a camera adapted with a suitable spectral filter. Seeing the gases is not the same as measuring its temperature, and there are additional … Read More
Why does an infrared remote control not affect thermographic measurements, while the reflection of a person can? This is a question of wavelength. Infrared remote controls operate in the near infrared range (e.g. 0.85 µm or 1.55 µm), while thermographic cameras usually work within MWIR (3-5) µm, or LWIR (8-14) µm. The remote controls simply do not emit … Read More