SATIR are pleased to announce we will be exhibiting at CES Asia 2019. CES Asia showcases ground-breaking technology from start-ups, entrepreneurs and brands such as SATIR. It is a industry event focused on the Asia – Pacific market, where businesses can make partnerships and show this part of the world their very best products and new innovative products they are in the process of developing. CES Asia is taking place 11-13th June in Shanghai, China.
To receive further information on our products and to receive live demonstrations.
SATIR thermal imaging cameras can be used in a wide range of industries and applications. One of its most popular applications is finding water ingress or leaks within a building structure, which the human eye cannot detect.
Thermal imaging cameras are tools that can assist plumbers in doing their jobs quickly and easier. A thermal imaging camera is a temperature measurement device that can display a image or video based on the targeted area that is being scanned. It reads the surface thermal energy /temperature and the end-user can then interpret any abnormal readings. Thermal Imaging cameras main advantage is that it is a non-invasive and non-destructive meaning that plumbers can pinpoint any faults or leaks without needing to excavate the targeted area.
Thermal Imaging cameras are ideal to detect water issues and also the pipe layout within a building structure. Thermal imaging cameras can detect small leaks due to the temperature abnormalities, the greater the temperature abnormality the easier it is to find large leaks easily. They are excellent at locating the exact area of the leak without the need for drilling or excavating of the area. In the long-term thermal imaging cameras are good investment for yourself as a plumber or a plumbing company, as they will save you time and money with better diagnostics of the issues within the building structure.
|Digital Image of Suspected Leak Area||Thermal Image of Leak Detected|
| Thermal Image of Underfloor
Heating pipes layout
|Thermal Image of sink piping to look for a blockage or a leak|
In recent years energy efficiency has become an important topic both at home and in business. We are becoming more aware of our energy consumption and the effect it can have on the environment and on our pockets. In this article we will discuss the benefits of using thermal imaging cameras for energy efficiency.
Thermal imaging cameras are temperature measurement devices. They measure thermal energy which is converted in to a 2 dimensional image and allows the user to see differences in temperature within the target area. They can easily detect differences in temperature which highlight areas of concern. One of the main benefits of thermal imaging cameras is that they are non-destructive and non-invasive which means they don’t need the area of concern to excavated or to be powered off. SATIR offers a wide range of thermal imaging cameras that can suit different budgets and abilities
In recent years, we have all become more aware of being environmentally friendly due to the changes in our climate and environment. A big part of being environmentally friendly is to be energy efficient using simple steps such as turn off lights when they are not needed, this will help the environment and our pockets. Using technology can also help us make some bigger energy savings such as thermal imaging cameras. Thermal Imaging cameras can detect building structure defects, insulation issues or escape of warm air. This will help save on heating costs both at home and in business. Thermal Imaging cameras can see a area of concern which cannot be seen by the human eye. Once detected, corrective action can take place which can save the environment and money. Below are some examples of areas that can save energy and costs in the long-term by using better insulation
|Cold air ingress around the door||Cold air ingress|
Our Irish Distributor Reg Farrell Engineering recently Exhibited at the SEAI energy show. RTE News station featured a piece about the SEAI energy show and the SATIR D300 camera made an appearance. Visit the link below to watch the full clip and article