Thermal imaging, also known as thermography, is an imaging and measurement technique that uses the detection of infrared radiation emitted by objects to determine their temperature.


The camera transforms radiation into an image where different colors represent different temperatures (for example, warmer areas may be represented by red, and cooler ones by blue), making it easy for humans to interpret. This is a non-destructive method, meaning it does not impact the object under examination.

Thermography, used across various sectors from medicine to industry, is a key tool in our company’s operations. It allows for the monitoring of the condition of facilities, optimization, maintenance, and the safe operation of production at the lowest possible cost. Using drones equipped with thermal cameras, we can conduct large-scale inspections and access hard-to-reach places without needing direct contact with the object.

Entrust our professionals with full confidence to manage your infrastructure. From conducting precise measurements, through developing detailed reports with recommendations, to repairing identified abnormalities, we provide comprehensive service at the highest level. All our specialists are experienced experts with necessary certifications, including ITC Level 2, ensuring the highest standard of services we offer.

After the inspection, the client receives a detailed report that includes:

  1. Observations and Study Results: Our thermal inspection identifies many potential problems, including malfunctions, overheating, leaks, or other abnormalities that may affect infrastructure efficiency.
  2. Photos and Thermal Data: The report includes photos and thermal data that clearly present identified problems. This allows clients to see exactly where and what issues have been identified.
  3. Recommendations for Further Actions: Based on the conducted studies, we formulate specific recommendations for repair, maintenance, or system modifications to optimize its performance.
  4. Expert Support: Our specialists are available for consultation on the inspection results, to answer any questions, help understand the study results, and advise on further actions.

Home Inspections

1. Electrical and Photovoltaic System Inspection:

Diagnosis of the system’s condition, detecting issues and abnormalities that can affect safety and energy efficiency.

2. Roofing Condition and Insulation Leak Detection:

Identification of roof damage and insulation leaks, which can lead to heat loss and costly repairs.

3. Facade and Window Framework Inspection:

Detection of cracks, leaks, and other problems that can affect the building’s appearance and energy efficiency.

4. Leak Detection:

Precise detection of water and air leaks, which can lead to significant damage and increased energy costs.

5. Pest Control, e.g., Martens in the Roof:

Using thermographic surveys to detect the presence of pests that can cause damage to building structures.

After each inspection, we provide a detailed report with our observations and recommendations for any necessary repairs.

Industrial Inspections

1. Electrical Infrastructure Inspection:

Diagnosis and assessment of the infrastructure’s condition, identifying potential problems that can affect efficiency and safety.

2. Electrical Installation Inspection:

Thorough assessment of electrical installations, detecting abnormalities that could pose a threat to safety and performance.

3. Production Process Monitoring:

Detection of abnormalities in production processes that can affect product quality and production efficiency.

4. Thermographic Inspection with Drones:

Using drones equipped with thermal cameras to inspect hard-to-reach or hazardous areas.

5. Pipelines and Heating Systems Condition Monitoring:

Detecting leaks, damages, or other issues that can affect system efficiency.

6. Leak Detection:

Precise detection of fluid or gas leaks, which can pose a threat to safety and process efficiency.

7. Building Surveys:

Assessment of the condition of buildings and their components, such as structure, insulation, and HVAC systems, to identify potential problems and ensure proper functioning.

8. Maintenance - Periodic Machine and Equipment Checks:

Regular inspections of machines and equipment to identify potential problems before they occur.

9. Inspections for Insurance Companies:

Detailed inspections of property and operations to assess risk and determine insurance policy values.

10. Inspection of Wind Turbines and Photovoltaic Farms:

Checking the condition of wind turbines and photovoltaic panels to ensure optimal performance.

11. HVAC Inspections:

Checking heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems (HVAC) to detect problems and ensure efficient operation.

12. Steel and Concrete Structures Inspections:

Identifying issues in steel and concrete structures, such as bridges, towers, etc.

13. Monitoring of Road and Airport Conditions:

Thermal cameras can help monitor the condition of road surfaces and runways, detecting issues like cracks or unevenness.

After each inspection, we provide a detailed report with our observations and recommendations for any necessary repairs.

What can a thermal imaging test detect?

Thermal imaging can detect a number of different thermal problems and anomalies. Here are some main areas where it can be irreplaceable:

  • Problems in electrical installations

Thermal imaging allows you to identify overheating elements in electrical installations, such as cables, connections or protection. This avoids overloads, fires and failures, increasing the safety and reliability of the electrical system.

  • Leaks and spills

Thermal imaging tests allow you to detect leaks in pipes, wires and heating installations. Thanks to this, leaks of gases, liquids and heat can be prevented, which not only reduces costs, but also contributes to improved safety and environmental protection.

  • Building insulation

In construction, thermal imaging is used to assess the thermal insulation of buildings. Detecting thermal bridges and places where heat escapes outside allows you to take corrective actions to improve the building’s energy efficiency and reduce heating or cooling costs.

  • Monitoring of industrial processes

In industry, thermal imaging is used to monitor production processes. Detecting irregularities in thermal processes or identifying damage to machines and devices allows you to avoid unplanned downtime and increase production efficiency.

  • Construction diagnostics

Thermal imaging tests are also used in construction diagnostics to detect construction defects, such as leaks in roofs or walls. This can prevent serious damage to buildings and costly repairs.

It is worth emphasizing that thermal imaging tests are non-invasive and non-destructive and do not require physical access to the examined object. Thanks to this, they can be carried out without disturbing the normal functioning of systems or processes, which is a huge advantage of this technology. More and more industries and sectors use thermal imaging services to ensure safety, efficiency and savings in their operations.


Why is it worth using professional thermal imaging services?

Professional thermal imaging services bring many benefits. Our specialists in this field have advanced equipment and experience that guarantees precise examination. Thanks to this, we can quickly and efficiently detect leaks, overheating elements or insulation problems, which translates into safety and savings. Additionally, our experts have industry knowledge, which allows them to accurately interpret the results and effectively take corrective actions. By investing in thermal imaging services, we invest in energy efficiency and avoiding failures, which can bring significant financial benefits and increase the value of implemented projects and investments. Having a thermal imaging examination carried out by professionals will guarantee that it will be performed correctly. Moreover, we will discuss the measurement report in detail. If you are looking for a company that will deal with thermal imaging measurements, contact us to present the details of cooperation.

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