Infrared for Energy Conservation

For nearly 30 years, MIT has used Infrared for Energy Conservation Assessments of Commercial, Industrial and Residential Buildings. Thermal imaging, combined with blower-door testing, is the best way to thoroughly evaluate a building’s energy efficiency. Only thermal imaging gives precise visualization of temperature differences due to air infiltration (cold or warm air coming in), air exfiltration (warm or cool air escaping), missing insulation and moisture damage, which cannot be seen with the human eye.

Infrared for Energy Conservation Thermal Imaging Cameras:


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