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Thermographic Testing

A Thermographic Survey is a collection of photographs taken of a building using a thermal imaging camera. It is often required as part of a BREEAM Assessment to identify thermal breaks.

Thermographic Testing - At what stage(s) does this apply during your build?

What the Regulations say...

Well they don't say much! That's because Thermographic Testing is not within a Building Regulation. Thermographic Testing is nondestructive testing of parts, materials or systems through the imaging of the thermal patterns at the object's surface and is used with construction to confirm continuity of insulation. 

Getting that all important "Pass"

  • Thermal Imaging requires a) Minimum of 10°C between internal and external temperatures, b) Dry Building Services.
  • Relevant to these Regulations the survey shows pipe runs, Thermal Bridging areas, Heating and Ventilation. 

Simple 5 - Step Process

 
We will: 
 
1. Review your Plans and objectives.
 
2. Arrive on Site on time and complete the numerous Tests.
 
3. Make recommendations.
 
4. Create your images and report, showing detail and context.
 
5. Email your report within your deadlines.

Which building regulations apply in your area?

Building regulations and energy assessments can vary according to which region your project is in. Use our checker to make sure you are aware of what you need.
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Energist UK - Experts in Thermographic Testing and Surveys