Infrared Thermography

Infrared thermography is a technology that detects and displays a digital image of thermal infrared energy (heat). The technology offers a broad array of benefits. A trained thermographer can use the technology to trace chemical reactions and process heat, detect moisture patterns in construction materials and soils, detect and count warm-blooded animals and wildlife, and diagnose electrical connection issues. Infrared cameras can be used to see through smoke, locate issues with industrial roofs, and detect the presence or absence of insulation in a building.   

ComDesignTech's experienced Level 2 and Level 3 thermographers have the most up-to-date advanced high-resolution FLIR thermographic video cameras. Our systems and expertise were recently used at DOE's Idaho National Laboratory site for reaction detection, process monitoring, non-destructive testing, safety monitoring, and engineering support.

Contact us for a free consultation and learn how infrared thermography can help your company save money. 

Intro to Thermography from ComDesigns, Inc. on Vimeo.

Sodium Treatment Monitoring at Experimental Breeder Reactor-II from ComDesigns, Inc. on Vimeo.

ComDesignsTech supported sodium treatment at Idaho National Laboratory's EBR-II reactor facility. Our video camera systems, thermographic cameras and tactical wireless network allowed the project to safely monitor sodium treatment operations remotely. Our work included placing thermographic camera systems in a high-radiation environment, the primary tank next to the defueled reactor core.