Thermal (infrared) imaging is a technology that allows Beryl to show you things that can’t be shown using other inspection methods. Thermal imaging, or infrared thermography, produces images of invisible heat energy emitted from objects and systems and allows us to measure it through non-invasive means. Beryl’s thermal imaging analysis provides an invaluable tool to identify and locate these problems. Identification is the first step in problem solving.
There are three principles of thermal imaging. The first principle of thermal imaging is that many components heat up before they fail. Second, all objects emit thermal radiation in the infrared spectrum that is not seen by the human eye. Third, thermal imaging cameras convert the radiation to crisp images from which temperatures can be read.