WATER LEAKAGE - DEFECTIVE WINDOW
Water leakages account to the most complaints received on building defects. While the IR camera is instrumental in detecting where water coagulates within a structure, it is still not conclusive enough to pin-point as to where the actual defective part of the window. In this case, the obvious situation is the aluminum frame butted to the wall, possibly with weakened sealant that allows water to penetrate and sips into the wall, thus the leakages....
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IN BUILDING INSPECTIONS
Building Inspection employing IR [Infra-Red] camera added an advantage of ‘Non Destructive’ methodology to detect defects where the differential temperature is able to be detected in areas of:
Some background on IR here: https://www.nachi.org/ir-camera-overview-inspectors.htm
The core issue with such inspection is the inability to interpret the IR images that may have fell into the 3 core mistakes:
Training in this area, known as certified thermographic are categorised into:
TYPICAL DEFECTIVE WORKS IDENTIFIED USING IR CAMERA
THE PREFERRED TOOL
In my normal course of work, Quality of construction works remained a significant no ending issues. This is a collection of standards and cases taken from pages of CONQUAS, QLASSIC and Visual cum Thermo-graph inspections. Again, these information is for educational purpose only and shall not be taken as an advice be it legal or otherwise. You should seek proper advice to your case with the relevant professionals. The author cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information so provided here.