testo Thermal Imagers Make Troubleshooting a Snap
November 2, 2009
The new testo 875 and testo 881 thermal imagers are great tools to identify hidden problems in building components and construction, providing a wealth of information with a quick scan of virtually any building surface.
The new testo 875 and testo 881 thermal imagers are great tools to identify hidden problems in building components and construction. Whether you are tracing water leaks in the cladding material on the exterior of a building, looking at cold spots from missing insulation and thermal bridging, following telltale tracks from air leaking around improperly installed windows and door jambs or checking for argon depletion in thermopane windows, a testo thermal imager should be in your hand to get the job done fast and effectively.
testo thermal imagers provide you with a wealth of information with a quick scan of virtually any building surface, allowing you to see and document problems with the envelope of the living space. You can create reports with side-by-side thermal images and associated visual images to provide convincing presentations for your clients and customers using the software provided with every model.
The testo 875 and the testo 881 offer great thermal resolution, and each has a large screen display to bring the thermal images to life. Both imagers meet and exceed the pending BPI/RESNET IR Imaging System standards for building performance testing. A standard wide angle lens, optional motorized focus, telephoto lens, and a protective lens are a few of the useful features that are unique to testo thermal imagers in their class. Take a look at a testo before you make your thermal imager purchasing decision, and you'll be glad you did.
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