Digital Thermal Power for Leak Detection

Why should Infrared Inspection be your first choice for Leak Detection/ Inspection?

Thermography Inspection is a breakthrough tool used to locate accurately trapped moisture within a commercial roofing assembly. The thermography inspection technique can be efficiently used on all types of a roofing system including the low slope roofing system. During the sunny day, the sun radiates its thermal energy into the roofing system where heat is being transferred equally to a different part of the roof. In the evening or after sunset, the roof radiates back this heat. This process is known as cooling by radiation. During this process, the area of the ceiling which is wet or of a higher mass will maintain the stored here for a longer duration compared to that of lower mass or dry areas.

Thermography inspection can quickly detect the warmer, high mass areas, during the process of the cooling process, or heat dissipation from the roof. It is a drastically an ideal way to quickly detect any trapped moisture location which can lead to significant problems in your facility.

Thermography Inspection or Infrared inspection is a proven scientific methodology, for evaluating roofing moisture position. Our team will provide you with a detailed, detailed and comprehensive report to protect your facility from any damage.

  • It is on-destructive. We use advanced technique and equipment to detect the leaks; we’ll find the leak without doing any damage to your property.
  • It’s precise. Our method doesn’t just locate the general area of the leak it detects the exact location so we won’t have to dig around for the problem.
  • It saves you money and time. Our leak detection services are fast, non-invasive, and non-destructive. It allows us to pinpoint leaks without the hassle and expense of digging up your property.

Contact us: 0564030105/ +971–4 -3394–411  Visit our website: https://digitalthermal.com/services/leak-detection/

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