High Resolution Thermal Imaging Cameras Provide Key Answers During IAQ Investigations
Core, one of the most recognized providers of indoor air quality (IAQ) services, utilizes advanced infrared cameras to solve complex building issues.
Since their inception thermal imaging cameras have found many uses. They are tools used by professionals ranging from firefighters to power line technicians. One of the most widespread uses for thermal imaging today is in the HVAC, building inspection and moisture intrusion/disaster restoration industries.
Thermographic cameras, or infrared cameras, use infrared radiation to create an image. All objects emit a certain amount of black body radiation as a function of their temperature and these specialized cameras have the ability to capture this information in the form of a digital image.
Core, a renowned provider of indoor air quality services for property owners and building occupants, has been utilizing the power of infrared cameras to improve their customers’ indoor air quality. Core’s professionals have been trained to identify wet building materials and evaluate HVAC systems by identifying temperature differentials with these valuable tools.
“Infrared thermal imaging cameras are one of the most useful tools when performing any type of indoor environmental investigation,” stated Don Makin, Indoor Air Quality Director of Operations for Core. “Their ability to identify potential areas of mold growth from moisture intrusions and issues with HVAC systems allows Core’s customers to receive the highest quality IAQ investigations possible. Ensuring that the air that our customers’ breathe is safe and free of pollutants and contaminates is a fundamental goal for Core.”
From air filtration, investigations and inspections to hoods, vents and ducts, Core has a solution. To learn more about Core please visit www.IAQNow.com or www.CoreMech.com, email dmakin@CoreMech.com or call (866) 969-0636. To follow Core on Twitter please visit http://twitter.com/IAQNow.
Core specializes in indoor air quality for all types of buildings. Services range from air quality inspections, testing, air filtration, installation, maintenance, documenting, cleaning and restoration of building air quality and HVAC systems. The company has over 85 years of combined service and has an extensive profile of accreditations and certifications from leading organizations as well as state and federal regulating bodies.
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