Infrared thermography (IR) is perhaps the best nondestructive method to identify and analyze numerous types of problems in new construction or existing building systems. From building envelopes to electrical systems, IR can be used to identify heat loss, moisture problems, poor electrical connections and failed components. SES uses leading IR technology to quickly identify deficiencies in new construction projects for immediate correction, which not only establishes a quality of construction but also results long term operational cost savings. In existing buildings, SES employs this technology to identify energy cost savings opportunities associated with heat loss and air and water leakage in a building’s envelope and roof. SES also uses IR thermography to identify problems in electrical systems such as panelboards, breakers, motors and photovoltaic (PV) systems. We also employ IR to identify failed steam traps.
SES leverages IR thermography as a tool for commissioning
Our certified thermographers can perform an IR survey without disrupting your operations, analyze the data and provide a comprehensive report with detailed information about the cause and extent of problems, as well as their precise location.