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Airlocked In-Floor Heating Header

Infrared Thermography or IR imaging scanning can observe conditions on power systems, refractory insulation problems, determine build up in process vessels, building envelopes, heat loss in homes. IR scanning is great for developing a PMP on boiler systems and other frequent equipment needing observations. Infrared excels to look at in-floor heating prior to concrete coring or cutting. IR also detects for electrical panels and power supply units such as bearings in motors heat signatures We are located in the Edmonton Area and cover all video inspection work in Western Canada, Alberta and the Oil Sands in Fort McMurray.

Only four of the eight passes on this side of the header have flow through them. The header was installed on a strange angle, causing airlocks and preventing air from properly bleeding from the valve on the top center of the header. If thermography is used to locate in-floor heating, air-locked lines will not show up since there is no hot fluid flowing through them