Prevent Maintenance Problems & Save Money
…with Fluke Ti25 and Ti10 Thermal Imagers
Thermal imaging is a non-contact technology that measures infrared
wavelengths to determine temperatures from a safe distance.
A thermal imager displays an image that uses different colors to represent
different temperatures. This image makes it quick and easy to visually
check surface temperatures and identify hot spots. Hot spots or a rise in
temperature often indicate that a problem exists or a failure could be imminent.
Until recently, thermal imaging was complex and expensive, keeping it in the
domain of thermography specialists. Fortunately, recent advances in
technology and Fluke engineering have not only lowered the costs but also
made imagers easier to use and practical as an everyday troubleshooting tool
in harsh work environments.
Diagnostic power—the data behind the picture
All Fluke thermal imagers are fully radiometric. These units not only graphically
display temperature differences, they also measure and store temperatures at
every point in the image. All these data points can be recalled and used for
detailed analysis of a potential problem or just monitoring trends over time of
the same location.
Whether you work in an industrial, electrical or commercial facility you can
discover if and where a problem exists quickly and easily before contact
measurements even need to be made.