Infrared Thermography

Infrared Thermography

Whether you own a home or a business, the infrared thermography services provided by Mendel Plumbing & Heating can offer essential benefits. Through infrared thermography, minor problems with your heating and cooling system can be discovered before they become larger and more expensive problems. For commercial HVAC equipment, thermography services can detect catastrophic equipment failures before they bring your operations to halt.

For thermography services in St. Charles, IL and the surrounding Fox Valley community, contact Mendel Plumbing & Heating online or call 630-377-3608. Our experts offer thermography services for all types of residential and commercial HVAC equipment.

How Does Infrared Thermography Work?

Malfunctioning equipment, including equipment that is about to fail, may generate infrared heat that is beyond manufacture specifications. Our technicians are technicians can locate such malfunctions using infrared thermographic cameras to detect such heat.

This diagnostic tool increases our speed and efficiency at detecting and addressing your equipment’s problems. It may also uncover problems that would normally go undetected through conventional diagnostic, and it is a service that most other contractors simply cannot provide.

Common Problems Detected by Infrared Thermography Services

Our thermography services can uncover all types of HVAC system problems, including:

  • Overheating motors, pipes, and heat exchangers
  • Worn bearings
  • Line blockages
  • Excessive air penetration into heating and cooling system
  • Radiant heating system improperly installed, or leaking pipes in the floor, flow restrictions and inadequate heating areas
  • Missing, inadequate, or improperly installed insulation

Call 630-377-3608 to schedule thermography services for your home or business. You can also schedule service online now.

Thermography Services for Non-Destructive Testing

At Mendel Plumbing & Heating, our technicians are experts at using infrared thermography to conduct non-destructive testing. This is the ability to assess lightweight composite materials for moisture, delamination, and other structural defects without damaging or otherwise compromising them.