Who is interested in using Infrared Thermography?
Property managers, engineers and facility managers of all types are always concerned with the condition of buildings and equipment under their care. All would agree that proper maintenance, management of energy resources and quality of construction are necessary for optimising safety, performance and cost savings. Veteranarians and doctors are using infrared imaging to analyse surface thermal patterns that are symptomatic of an underlying ailment or condition. Nowhere is the value of clinical IRT for animals more evident than when its applied to the care of horses. Many minor injuries to muscle tissue may go unnoticed until the problem is more severe. However, infrared imagers used today can pick up the smallest change in temperature as a result of increased blood flow to damaged tissues. In this way IR imaging aids the expert trainer in caring for the horse. Manufacturers concerned with non-destructively testing product quality and performance, are also among those employing, infrared