Whenever high measurement accuracy of the temperature distribution is required, a thermal imaging camera is used - because the development of individual heating applications is often a matter of millimeters and milliseconds. Complementing the FEM analysis, the thermal imaging camera can be used not only to simulate the temperature distribution, but also to map it in real time. The temperature of metal surfaces can thus be measured precisely without contact in the temperature range from 450°C to 1,800°C. The measurement accuracy is ±2 %.
Detecting errors in advance is the motto of the ThermoExperts. Therefore, image or video analysis of the temperature distribution has become an important tool for the development and optimization of heating applications and radiant heaters. In this way, the course of the heating conductors can be adjusted at an early stage to create homogeneity without cold spots. Consequently, all heating solutions can be delivered with an exact proof of temperature distribution.