Thermal imaging was first developed by Kálmán Tihanyi, for the anti-aircraft defence in Britain, following world war 1, in 1929. The camera created was called the Evaporograph.
We love something new and innovative here at Thermascan, so in this month’s blog we’re bringing you news of one such piece of equipment; the FLIR T840 camera.
Due to a recent acquisition and successful growth within our company, we are offering an exciting opportunity for a Thermographic Surveyor to join our team.
This month we’re focusing on optical gas imaging, and some of the technology that’s available to help you conduct a gas imaging survey correctly & safely.
We held a Q&A session here at Thermascan to answer some of the most common questions we get about our thermal imaging equipment & surveys. Read now for more details.
In this month’s blog article, we’re going to cover the basics of how to safely and properly conduct an electrical survey using thermal imaging equipment.
In this blog, we will be giving you some insight into how we are able to save customers in most cases up to 40%, the most popular routes our customers make when purchasing their thermal camera from us and more details to help you make the right decision, so that you are well informed and taken care of.
The most common question we get asked is whether people should hire a thermal camera or purchase a thermal camera from us.
We know this can be a difficult decision to make, so to make this process and decision making a little easier. In this blog, we decided to share our experiences and thoughts, giving you both what the advantages and disadvantages could be depending on what option you choose.
Both business owners and homeowners could be wasting large amounts of money by not making sure their property or premises is protected against cold air sneaks, damp, moisture and/or drafts…
Find out about how thermal cameras have transformed businesses and the way they automate their business applications and inspections.
Here are some of the key benefits our clients experience when hiring their thermal camera(s) as opposed to purchasing a camera upfront.
Thermascan Ltd. is one of the UK’s largest specialists in thermal imaging and infrared technology and all its applications.
We are looking for an honest, professional, motivated person to fill a vacancy we have for a Full-Time Junior Office/Marketing Assistant.
When it comes to thermography, we would argue that the need to validate your services via accreditation and professional training is even more important to have. Why? Because thermology is an industry that helps many other industries keep their staff and others around them safe all at times. It also helps large companies support the ever-increasing expanding world we live in
Find out how thermal cameras could become your best asset during freezing cold temperatures and how it could save you time, money and potential frostbite.
Here are 7 reasons why a thermal camera might be the perfect Christmas present solution you never expected.
There are many ways in which the safety of animals lie with the power of thermal imagery and cameras.
The car industry is one of many industries who will soon be taking full advantage of what thermal cameras have to offer.