Infrared Thermography


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Infrared thermography is used in the field of building science to detect thermal variations in building envelope assemblies using non-destructive infrared (IR) radiation detector sensing equipment. Detection of these thermal variations can be used to identify:

The successful use of thermography for building applications depends not only on a thorough knowledge of building construction and the principles of heat, air and moisture transmission, but also on an understanding of infrared radiation and the factors that can affect its detection and measurement. - Canadian Building Digest 229.

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