Thermis provides a wide range of thermal imaging surveys and reporting to suit a variety of applications and customer requirements. Each thermographic inspection is conducted in accordance with our method statements and risk assessments, as well as complying with local working procedures. All of our engineers are fully trained to a minimum of PCN Level 1 (ISO:18436) and use calibrated Flir or Fluke infrared thermal cameras.
Our team of professional thermographic engineers all hold current ITC qualifications and have many years experience in all aspects of maintenance, management, construction and survey work.
Please contact us for more information about how thermal imaging can save you money. We are always happy to give advice on any requirements you may have. Based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire we provide Infrared consultancy and contract services for clients throughout the UK and abroad.
Flir E60 Thermal Imaging Camera
320x240 Pixel Resolution, Temperature Range -20°C to 650°C
With an image quality of up to 320 x 240 pixels, the FLIR E-Series is ideal for predictive maintenance and planned inspection of electrical and mechanical systems to ensure they operate at maximum efficiency and safety with minimal energy consumption.
Higher resolution improves your inspections providing higher accuracy of measured temperatures spotting even small objects from a distance. This is of critical importance to many thermographic engineers who need to minimize risk of missing faults that can develop to catastrophic failures.
Fluke Ti25 Thermal Imaging Camera
320x240 Pixel Resolution, Temperature Range -20°C to 350°C
The ultimate tools for troubleshooting and maintenance
This thermal Imager is the perfect tool to add to your problem solving arsenal. Built for tough work environments, this high-performance, fully radiometric infrared camera is ideal for troubleshooting electrical installations, electro-mechanical equipment, process equipment, HVAC/R equipment and others.
See things both ways—infrared and visual (visible light) images fused together communicating critical information faster and easier—traditional infrared images are no longer enough. IR-Fusion, a patent-pending technology that simultaneously captures a digital photo in addition to the infrared image and fuses it together taking the mystery out of IR image analysis. IR-Fusion is standard on Fluke Ti25.
Contact Thermis to discuss your requirements, and we can provide you with a free quotation.