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Thermal Imaging
Content/images provided by FLIR Systems Inc (c) 2005, All rights reserved. Image credits:
E.G. Amhaus & E.L. Fronapfel, Professional Investigative Engineers, Source: InfraMation 2004 Proceedings

Radiant Thermal Imaging

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Images of conditioned (heated) floors with and without using thermography.

thermal images of radiant heated floor

radiant heated floor

thermal images of radiant heated floor

radiant heated floor

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Important Note:
For comfort and health reasons floor surfaces must be  controlled to a nominal 85 deg. F. or lower for heating and above 66 deg. F. for cooling.

"The images produced, clearly showing invisible infrared or "heat" radiation via thermography, aid in such diverse areas as medical and scientific research and development, building diagnostics and manufacturing product quality."

For further reading on thermal imaging for radiant heating and snow melting systems download this paper.

Snow Melting Applications

heated driveways

snow melt systems

With thermal imaging one can see the influence of tube placement within a slab.

Learn more about the use
of thermography in radiant systems.

www.healthyheating.com recommends FLIR as a reliable resource in building environmental diagnostic and building science/ forensic tools.

"The ability to detect and measure thermal energy emitted from an object is known as thermography. The tools of the trade are called infrared cameras, and they translate the invisible infrared spectrum into thermal images that we can see and track via thermography.

Light that is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye is referred to as thermal or infrared energy – and is the electromagnetic spectrum range that we perceive as heat. Everything with a temperature above absolute zero emits heat, which means that it may be tracked and measured via thermography. (Even ice cubes, emit infrared.) More and more IR radiation is emitted, as an objects temperature increases. Infrared thermography allows us to see, and measure, what our eyes cannot."

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