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What is Infrared Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging, also called thermography. Everything gives off some amount of thermal radiation and thermal imaging is used for observing the heat that is emitted from these objects. The amount of radiation emitted by an object increases with temperature; therefore, thermal imaging allows humans to see variations in temperature. When observed through a thermal imaging camera, hotter objects stand out well against cooler surroundings. Thermal imaging is used widely in many industries in a predictive and proactive way to ensure electrical safety is met, so that mechanical or electrical failure is prevented. Thermal imaging is also used in security, the military, marine, navigation, surveillance, firefighting, medicine, and science.

ARTICLE EXTRACT

An Article extract from
SPE(Society of Petroleum Engineers) News October 2011 about the Company

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our history

All Points Safety, establish in based in Melbourne servicing Australian country and metropolitan areas providing thermographic services to all business sectors. With a team of certified technicians we can promptly meet your needs from electrical surveys, preventative maintenance programs, water leak detection, energy loss, insulation inspections, even pre-purchase home inspections. Contact us now for a free quote on how we can help you.

Testimonials

Excellent work. Thanks for the speedy delivery as well.

David J. Wicks

Lead Inlec FPSO Crystal Ocean
AGR Asia Pacific


I recently had insulation installed in my home and I instructed All Points Safety to check the ceiling and found a complete strip that was missed. Brendan provided a report to present to the installers for repair. Brendan and his team are prompt efficient and affordable.

Patricia S



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"Predictive thermal imaging increases safety and minimizes the risk of mechanical or electrical failure..... don't let this happen to your company.. Call All Points Safety Thermal Imaging TODAY!!!"