Infrared thermography is a technique of producing a live thermal picture of an object based on the infrared radiation received from it (emitted by any object). The presence of a defect reduces the diffusion rate so that when observing the surface temperature, defects appear as areas of different temperatures with respect to surrounding sound areas once the thermal front has reached them. Thermographic testing is commonly used for inspecting solder joints on a surface.
- Flaw Detectors
- Inspection systems
- MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC components
- STARMANS SiC Power electronics
- X-RAY systems