Removing the scourge of pest infestation from your home is something we take seriously at RIP Termite & Pest Control Services. We’re not satisfied until your property is completely pest free, whether it’s Termites, Rodents, Wasps or Cockroaches. This is why we choose to use state-of-the-art technology to ensure we do our job to the highest of standards. One particular tool we use that puts us one step ahead of the competition is the FLIR C3 thermal imaging camera for termite detection. With its pinpoint accuracy, the camera is able to help us directly locate and diagnose the extent of the infestation.
What is thermal imaging?
Thermal imaging is the generation of pictures that are created not from light, like typical photographs, but from heat and slight differences in heat (which is indicated by the differences in colour in the image). The FLIR C3 is designed to be your go-to tool for building inspections, facilities maintenance, HVAC, or electrical repair. This slim camera fits easily in your pocket so you can take it anywhere. Its integrated touch-screen is a snap to learn, so you can quickly get to the job of finding hidden problems, documenting repairs, and sharing images over Wi-Fi.
Why we use the FLIR C3
We use the FLIR C3 thermal imaging camera for termite detection because of its many features and benefits.
MSX® Image EnhancementThe C3 features FLIR’s unique MSX that adds key details from the onboard visible light camera to the entire infrared image in real time. The result: an all-in-one, undiluted thermal picture with visible light features that lets you instantly recognize where the problematic heat pattern is. MSX is real time whether watching the camera’s LCD or streaming video over USB.
Thermal imaging for termites is just one of the many tools and techniques we use to provide clients with the very BEST pest infestation removal service in Melbourne. To discover just how we can help you, get in touch with RIP Termite & Pest Control Services today. Call us on 1300 371 708 or email email@example.com to make a booking.