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  • 1. Demonstration Thermography reportCompany Testo Ltd Tester: Cheriton House, Newman Andy McGrath - Testo Lane, Phone: 01420 544433 Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2QJ E-Mail: info@testo.co.ukDevice Testo 875-2 Serial No.: 01799300Customer Power Flushing Contractor Measuring Site: Newman Lane Power Flushing Customer Alton, Hampshire, GU34 2QJ Testo Avenue, Alton Measuring Date: 12th July 2011Task Demonstration Thermography Report to highlight the capabilities of the Testo 875 series Thermal Imaging camera to a Heating / Power Flushing Contractor for the application of Power Flushing of Radiators. Page 1/21
  • 2. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00797.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:24:54 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 54.1 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 55.7 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 29.1 0.95 20.0 -Cold spot 1 22.0 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Lounge radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Cold Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the coldestpoint CS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 2/21
  • 3. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00800.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:26:52 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 52.9 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 22.9 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 49.9 0.95 20.0 -Hot spot 1 58.9 0.95 20.0 -Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Lounge radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Hot Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the hottest pointHS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 3/21
  • 4. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00802.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:30:49 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 57.1 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 58.3 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 31.0 0.95 20.0 -Cold spot 1 22.9 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Hall radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Cold Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the coldestpoint CS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 4/21
  • 5. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00824.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:54:34 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 52.3 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 28.5 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 50.1 0.95 20.0 -Hot spot 1 55.6 0.95 20.0 -Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Hall radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Hot Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the Hottest pointHS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 5/21
  • 6. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00808.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:35:40 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 56.3 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 50.6 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 38.3 0.95 20.0 -Cold spot 1 26.5 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Front Bedroom No 1 radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Cold Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the coldestpoint CS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 6/21
  • 7. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00811.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:37:02 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 52.4 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 34.7 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 47.4 0.95 20.0 -Hot spot 1 57.7 0.95 20.0 -Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Front Bedroom No 1 radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Hot Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the Hottest pointHS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 7/21
  • 8. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00812.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:40:36 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 48.4 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 36.6 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 57.9 0.95 20.0 -Cold spot 1 29.4 0.95 20.0 -Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Front Bedroom No 2, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Cold Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the coldestpoint CS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 8/21
  • 9. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00813.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 08:41:02 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 59.2 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 56.1 0.95 20.0 -Hot spot 1 60.0 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators prior to the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition prior to conducting the process.The images are of the Front Bedroom No 2 radiator, prior to conducting the Power Flushing Process.As can be seen, there is a significant cold area in the middle of the radiator,which is indicative of thepresence of quite a substantial amount of contamination /sludge in this area of the radiator.Thus verifying the requirement to Power Flush the radiator to improve the radiator efficiency / performance.The Auto Hot Spot Indicator has been applied to the thermal image to automatically indicate the Hottest pointHS1 in the defined area of the image.Additional Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 9/21
  • 10. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00836.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:18:02 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:The images are of the Power Flushing equipment. Page 10/21
  • 11. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00839.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:31:04 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:The images are of the Lounge Radiator, during the Power Flushing process, showing the gradual removal ofthe contaminant/sludge. Page 11/21
  • 12. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00840.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:33:31 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:The images are of the Lounge Radiator, during the Power Flushing process, showing the gradual removal ofthe contaminant/sludge. Page 12/21
  • 13. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00845.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:46:33 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:The images are of the Lounge Radiator, during the Power Flushing process, showing the gradual removal ofthe contaminant/sludge. Page 13/21
  • 14. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00842.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:39:14 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:Images of the Magnets from the Power Flushing unit, highlighting the significant amount of contaminant /sludge removed from one radiator. Page 14/21
  • 15. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00843.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 09:40:53 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Remarks:Images of the Magnets from the Power Flushing unit, highlighting the significant amount of contaminant /sludge removed from one radiator. Page 15/21
  • 16. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00878.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 14:36:24 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 55.5 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 52.2 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 54.3 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators after the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition following the process.The boiler has now been switched on again and the heating system is now operational and been running fora short period of time.The images are of the Lounge radiator, as can be seen, in comparison to image 0797, the significant coldarea in the middle of the radiator,is now removed and the radiator now shows a consistant overalltemperature.Thus verifying that the process of Power Flushing the radiator has considerably improved the radiatorefficiency / performance.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator and shows consistancy across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 16/21
  • 17. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00882.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 14:38:41 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 57.6 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 55.7 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 53.6 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators after the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition following the process.The boiler has now been switched on again and the heating system is now operational and been running fora short period of time.The images are of the Hall radiator, as can be seen, in comparison to image 0802, the significant cold area inthe middle of the radiator,is now removed and the radiator now shows a consistant overall temperature.Thus verifying that the process of Power Flushing the radiator has considerably improved the radiatorefficiency / performance.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator and shows consistancy across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 17/21
  • 18. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00872.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 14:32:33 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 58.8 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 54.7 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 52.6 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators after the Power Flushing process, were captured as a record of theircondition following the process.The boiler has now been switched on again and the heating system is now operational and been running fora short period of time.The images are of the radiator in the Front Bedroom No 1, as can be seen, in comparison to image 0808, thesignificant cold area in the middle of the radiator,is now removed and the radiator now shows a consistantoverall temperature.Thus verifying that the process of Power Flushing the radiator has considerably improved the radiatorefficiency / performance.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator and shows consistancy across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 18/21
  • 19. Demonstration Thermography reportFile: IV_00869.BMT Date: 12/07/2011lens type: Standard 32° lens serial no.: 20223817 Measuri 14:30:48 ng Time:Picture parameters:Emissivity: 0.95Refl. temp. [°C]: 20.0Picture markings:Measurement Objects Temp. [°C] Emiss. Refl. temp. [°C] RemarksMeasure point 1 57.0 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 2 55.5 0.95 20.0 -Measure point 3 54.0 0.95 20.0 -Profile line:Remarks:Thermal Images of the radiators after the Power Flushing process were captured as a record of theircondition following the process.The boiler has now been switched on again and the heating system is now operational and been running fora short period of time.The images are of the radiator in the Front Bedroom No 2, as can be seen, in comparison to image 0812, thesignificant cold area in the middle of the radiator,is now removed and the radiator now shows a consistantoverall temperature.Thus verifying that the process of Power Flushing the radiator has considerably improved the radiatorefficiency / performance.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.A Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator and shows consistancy across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette. Page 19/21
  • 20. The images are of the radiator in the Front Bedroom No 2, as can be seen, in comparison to image 0812, thesignificant cold area in the middle of the radiator,is now removed and the radiator now shows a consistantoverall temperature.Thus verifying that the process of Power Flushing the radiator has considerably improved the radiatorefficiency / performance.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal image for temperature comparisons.Demonstration Thermography reportA Temperature profile line Graph has been applied to the thermal image to highlight the temperaturevariation across the radiator and shows consistancy across the radiator.The Thermal Image is displayed in " Iron " Palette.Review:Demonstration Thermography Report to highlight the capabilities of the Testo 875 series Thermal Imagingcamera and the Testo IR software.This is an example report for Demonstration purposes only. The report format is using the "Standard" reporttemplate from the selection of Report Templates available in the Testo IR software.A demonstration of the Testo 875-2 Thermal Imaging camera was conducted for a Heating / Power FluchingContractor, during the course of Power Flushing being conducted at Dwelling.The objective was to demonstrate how a Testo 875-2 Thermal Imaging camera could be used to recordThermal and Digital images during the course of the Power Flushing process, to show the conditions of theradiators prior to and after the process and to verify the the improvements made, using Power Flushing.The Boiler was switched on just prior to arrival and images were subsequently captured of the radiators, torecord their condition / performance.With reference to the images at this stage, a number of the radiators had significant cold areas, indicatingsubstantial contaminant / sludge and the need for Power Flushing.Images of the Lounge, Hall, Bedroom 1 and Bedroom 2 Radiators, (which were the radiators in the worstcondition), were recorded for the purpose of comparison, following the process.Images were also recorded during the Power Flushing process and specifically the images 0839, 0840 & 0845show the Lounge radiator changing / improving condition during the process.Following completion of the Power Flushing process on all the radiators, the boiler was switched on and theheating system was operational and images of the Lounge, Hall, Bedroom 1 and Bedroom 2 radiators wererecorded for comparison purposes and to highlight the significant improvements in Condition / Performance.As can be seen, the thermal images clearly show the conditions of the radiators before, during and after thePower Flushing process and verify the improvements that this process produces.The purpose of the report is to demonstrate the capabilities of the Testo 875-2, a 160 x 120 pixel configurationThermal Imaging camera in respect of the image quality / resolution that is recorded/produced with this level ofThermal Imaging camera and to demonstrate how it can be used to verify the Power Flushing process.Please note that any temperatures indicated on the images are "Apparent Temperatures" and may not betruely representative. An overall emissivity value has been used in the images for these demonstrationpurposes. For accurate temperature measurement, the relevant emissivity value to the specific material to bemeasured, would have to be established.It should be noted that Testo do not provide a Thermography Consultancy Service, the images are purely forEquipment Demonstration purposes to highlight the capabilities of the Testo range of Thermal Imagingcameras and the Testo IR software.It is not the purpose of the images/report to specifically identify/highlight any faults or Thermal Anomalies, or toprovide comment/observation relating to any anomalies.Some of the features of the camera and software have also been applied to the Thermal images.Spot Temperature markers have been added to the thermal images to indicate temperatures.Auto Hot / Cold Spot Indicator has been applied, which automatically highlights the Hottest or Coldest pointin the defined area.Temperature Profile Line Graph shows the temperature variation in graph form across the subject.Palettes a variety of palettes have been used for the thermal images. Eight palettes are available on thecamera and in the software. Page 20/21
  • 21. Demonstration Thermography reportThe images are automatically Time and Date Stamped to verify the time and date when the images weretaken.The report also details the Emissivity value relating to the image taken. 12/07/2011 , Andy McGrath - Testo Page 21/21

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