Ideal HeatSeeker Thermal Imaging System

What makes HeatSeeker so useful are the dual cursors that instantly locate the hottest and coldest temperatures on a live screen, and the camera’s ability to overlay a thermal image on top of a digital image for easy on-the-job decision making.

Troubleshoot and identify potential problems before they happen with the IDEAL HeatSeeker™ Thermal Imager.

What makes HeatSeeker so useful are the dual cursors that instantly locate the hottest and coldest temperatures on a live screen, and the camera’s ability to overlay a thermal image on top of a digital image for easy on-the-job decision making.

HeatSeeker’s easy set-up and operation make it a cost effective tool for electrical service, industrial maintenance and building inspection.

HeatSeeker provides real-time analysis and is ideal for:

Electrical Safety:

  • Identifies overloaded circuits, loose & corroded connections and failing breakers in electrical panels.
  • Identifies blown fuses, overloads, phase imbalance and harmonics problems.
  • Identifies hot spots from high resistance connections.

Energy Efficiency:

  • Identifies inefficient heating and cooling transfer.
  • Identifies draft sources from missing insulation in rafters, walls & floors.
  • Identification of problem areas helps reduce heat gain, loss and carbon footprint.

Building Maintenance:

  • Discovers sources of moisture in roofs and areas behind walls.
  • Checks air distribution for blockage in pipes, damaged duct work and insulation gaps.
  • Checks fluid distribution for stuck valves and burst pipes.

Preventative Maintenance:

  • Identifies equipment efficiencies & inefficiencies.
  • Applications include motors, pumps, boilers, radiators, heaters, chillers and transformers.

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