WYKO’s thermography department to target energy efficieny

09 November 2007

Wyko, an ERIKS Company has established a thermography department in Birmingham, UK.

P640 inspecting PCB image
P640 inspecting PCB image

Duncan Webb, thermography business development manager, said: ‘We can now assess the integrity of a customer’s building.

‘We can look at their pipe work, heating systems, cooling equipment, windows, roofs, ovens, floors and spot areas of inefficiency. We can then offer hard figures which show directly the costs incurred by different types of heat loss and present the customer with recommendations, a quotation for repair work, and a follow-up survey to confirm that the work has solved the relevant problems.’

WYKO has invested in FLIR’s ThermaCAM P640 that, it claims, allows it to accomplish infrared inspections thoroughly, efficiently and quickly. It has a 640 x 480 pixels uncooled detector.

Webb added: ‘Our thermographers will now be proactive in using the technology and their skills to highlight areas of potential energy saving when they visit a site. Because of the way in which the surveys can be completed and payback calculated, in easy to read reports, it is then a simple decision for the customer to decide whether or not to take forward a recommendation. I believe the new thermographic department offers industry a great deal in its bid to improve its energy efficient performance and CSR standing.’

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