Want to borrow a thermal imaging camera?
Ovesco has acquired a thermal imaging camera to help with its work promoting better insulation. And it’s inviting Lewes businesses and community groups to borrow it to help see how well-insulated their homes or premises really are – plus other energy efficiency equipment.
Thermal imaging cameras offer a fascinating way to see how well insulated or draught-proofed a building is – and where the ‘hot spots’ are that need to be tackled. The images below taken by community energy company Ovesco show what happens to heat in local shops when doors have to be left open (as is currently the case for Covid-19) – the brightest yellow patches are where the temperature is highest.
If you’re an organisation, business or local group based in Lewes (e.g. a neighbourhood group looking to assess the energy efficiency of its homes) that could find this kind of imaging useful, Ovesco is inviting you to get in touch.
Ovesco can also supply:
- a metering plug that allows the power consumption of any plug-in device to be measured
- a dampness meter to check for any damp patches on the wall that may affect a decision of whether to cavity fill a wall
- a hot wire anemometer to look for draughts.