|Integrity Engineering, LLC||P.O. Box 3350||7809 Wellington Ave., , Margate NJ 08402||Phone (609) 487-7757|
One of the most effective tools for energy managers is a thermal imaging camera. These devices may look small, but they pack an amazing amount of technology inside. Integrity Engineering, LLC is pleased to offer thermal scanning of buildings and equipment using a highly sophisticated MOB-IR thermal imaging camera. While it may look line a conventional digital camera, this $10,000 tool can highlight many hidden problems become by color-coding subtle temperature differences (0.1 degree F) in adjacent building materials. Experiencing chronic water pipe freeze-ups in the winter, high energy bills, poor comfort conditions, unexplained mold growth or roof leaks and can't seem to find the source of the problem? Consider what a thermal imaging scan can help uncover:
- Areas of wet insulation in hidden in walls and above ceilings
- Missing, compacted or inadequate insulation encased in walls and cathedral ceilings
- Water intrusion into roof sheathing
- Areas of undesireable infiltration
- Insect infestation areas identified by high moisture content
Integrity Engineering, LLC offers commercial, institutional and municipal clients a range of effective one-time or ongoing services designed to identify utility billing errors and improper billing rate applications, and the ability to negotiate with utilities for a successful outcome on the client's behalf.
(PHOTOS ABOVE) Infrared image (left) and identical area with visual image (right) illustrate an issue in a space between joists above a garage ceiling that is not visible to the eye. The dark areas represent water intrusion into insulation above the garage and below a leaking water heater.
(PHOTOS ABOVE) Infrared image (left) and identical area with visual image (right) illustrate an area of high heat loss (blue-green) along outside wall of multi-story residence due either to inadequate insulation, or infiltration of outside air at rim board along outside wall. The visual image to the right offers no clue regarding the heat loss that is occurring.