What is thermography?

What is thermography?

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Answer: it is a technique which makes it possible to make visible the zones of heat.

Also called infrared thermography, this technique is used in the construction sector in order to carry out assessments and diagnostics on buildings and dwellings. Thanks to thermography, it is possible to identify and locate the different heat sources in a building and thus effectively remedy any insulation faults. Thermography makes it possible to: - prepare insulation work; - help design a house to meet thermal requirements; - detect sources of humidity or hot spots (possible fire risk); - identify heating networks or pipes invisible to the naked eye; - prove, in the event of a dispute for example, the origin of technical faults, such as water leaks. You too, send us your brico question


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