HVAC inspection maintenance is usually complex and lengthy, but the difference it makes may not be immediately obvious. Thermal cameras can help both boost inspection speed and visually present maintenance results.
When residents experience HVAC problems in a building, there might be a multitude of issues compiled together. It’s up to the HVAC repair technician to detect and locate these issues, and the process could be lengthy. In addition, even if the technician fixed the issue right away, the effect of an improved HVAC system might not be noticeable immediately, which might leave doubt in the client’s mind. HVAC maintenance engineers need the right tools to quickly spot HVAC issues and present the result of their work to the clients.
Thermal imaging technology is great for both detecting problems and repairing result presentations. A thermal camera such as the FOTRIC 340 can easily pick up temperature anomalies induced by faulty components or structures and significantly speed up the investigation process. In addition, the cameras can offer images of thermal conditions of the pre-and post-repair HVAC systems, which is a clear indication of the system’s status change.
RECOMMENDED THERMAL CAMERAS
Equipped with the FOTRIC 340 series thermal cameras, HVAC maintenance engineers can efficiently identify defects such as leaky air ducts, cold areas on floor heating, condenser coil clogging, air handler malfunction, bad connection, and blown fuses in the electrical system. Furthermore, the thermal image comparison of the HVAC system’s condition serves as convincing evidence that the problems have been properly solved.
Up to 640*480 IR Resolution
30mK Thermal Sensitivity
Temperature Range up to 2822℉
Full Radiometric Thermal Video