A thermal imager interprets infrared heat by assigning a color scale to temperature values. On the imager’s LCD display, the user sees a heat picture of the object in front of the lens that highlights temperature variations and hotspots.
Contractors who restore
buildings following water intrusion say that a thermal imager can be a time
saver and a moneymaker, giving them a competitive edge and adding elements of
professionalism and thoroughness to their offerings.