In the video, you can see some records for our industrial inspection that we made with Workswell WIRIS, thermal imaging system for drones.
1. Flat roof inspection (penetrating moisture)
Thermal camera can see thermal difference between a dry place and place with penetrating moisture.
The physics behind the issue of thermal image inspection of problems related to the moisture is based on the fact that the dry part of the roof (not affected by moisture) is cooled and heated slower than the wet part of the roof insulation. Thermal image inspection using a thermal camera during or after sunset (where the roof has been heated throughout the whole time) identifies the moist areas because the dry parts of the roof cool slower than the wet places, which have a higher thermal capacity.
More informations about that application.
2. Cement kiln inspection
There is a risk of overheating, which can cause serious damage to the kiln shell.
3. Flere and residual gas burner inspection
The main goal of that measurement is obviously measure maximum temperature.
4. Pipeline inspection
Due to the risk of losses caused by defects in the piping system, it must be regularly and carefully checked. Unfortunately, it is usually in practice that there is a higher probability of damage to the pipeline; it is more difficult to check it. Pipeline systems are often located underground or run for many kilometres where access roads are restricted, the surrounding nature is not attained and access to pipelines is incredibly difficult or impossible. It is not humanly possible to visually check everything and fitting built-in measuring systems (pressure meters, flow meters) is financially demanding and not too reliable because it does not cover all risky places.