Structural defects and building quality

Quality inspection

Testo thermal imagers enable you to detect and analyze leaks, moisture damage and other structural defects using a non-contact method.

This means that construction quality can be ensured and any countermeasures introduced at an early stage.

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Identify leaks at windows and doors

Thermographic recording building
Thermal image door

If doors or windows are not correctly fitted, in winter cold air can enter or warm indoor air can escape. This results in draughts, increased ventilation heat loss and accordingly high energy costs.

With a Testo thermal imager, you reliably detect leaks at windows or faulty insulation, e.g. in roller blind casings. You can then derive effective measures fro improving the energy efficiency from the thermographic analysis.



Testing the quality of construction measures

Ensure construction quality

Building thermography helps you to detect building faults easily and efficiently, thus ensuring building quality. Using thermal images, errors can be detected and proven early.

With the thermal imager, cold bridges caused by incorrect implementation of heat insulation can be detected quickly and without complications. Any moisture collected and leaks that occur in buildings are also visible in the thermal image. As a consequence, you can eliminate deficiencies and damage before mould growth occurs.


Detect areas at risk of mould

Application image mould detection
Thermal image mould

Construction faults or incorrect ventilation behaviour allow increased humidity to form in indoor rooms, which in turn lead to serious problems such mould growth. With a Testo thermal imager, you can reliably detect areas at risk of mould, thus preventing subsequent damage to the building.

After the input of the ambient temperature and air humidity in the room being examined, the imager automatically calculates the dewpoint and compares it with the measured surface temperature value. Any potential mould risk is then displayed in traffic-light colours (red, yellow, green) in the imager display – and you immediately identify where there is a need for action.