We are TMS. Infrared Thermography surveys are our business.


Thermal imaging can prevent electrical fires, avoid costly failures, improve profitability and reduce operating cost and maintenance cost.

The thermal imager locates problems Therefore reduce downtime of equipment


Also called thermal imaging, Infrared Thermography is the maintenance diagnostic tool of the future. It detects temperatures, whether it is hot or cold. We can utilize this technology to reduce downtime of equipment and therefore save time and expenses. Infrared Thermography resorts under the “Predictive maintenance” discipline, which is becoming increasingly important in maximizing production up-time. In effect, we are “Production up-time” suppliers….
Thermal imaging has applications in various fields. Our inspection services and images show where problems are located, and repairs can be effected before a failure occurs. One of the strengths of Infrared Inspections, is that it is done at full load – no production interference.

Thermography technician (also known as a thermal imager), periodically conducts thermal scans as per client’s requirements. The thermal imaging is compiled into a report and analysis are done from the thermal images

Infrared thermography (IRT), thermal imaging, and thermal video are examples of infrared imaging science. Infrared (IR) is invisible radiant energy

Are head office is in Cape Town but we conduct infrared surveys throughout South Africa.

Our prices are very completive we have customize reports and each image is analysed individually



Infrared thermography is equipment or method, which detects infrared energy emitted from object, converts it to temperature, and displays image of temperature distribution.

All objects with a temperature above the absolute zero (-273°C) emits electromagnetic radiation in the infrared band of wave lengths. This radiation is normally linearly related to the surface temperature of the object.

Utilizing technology developed to guide heat seeking missiles, an infrared camera can “see” this radiation or heat. It produces a photo-like image, where each colour represents a certain temperature. The colour palette is normally shown on the side of the image. Using appropriate software, one can analyse these images (thermograms), and it provides a cursor function whereby the cursor can be moved over the image to any position, and the temperature at that position will be displayed.

Together with the camera and software, the thermal imager uses tools and applications to manipulate this data into useful reports which meet the requirements of the clients.

What is infrared thermography used for?

Infrared thermography is a great way of “seeing” heat energy that is at an energy wavelength that is below what the human eye can see. Infrared thermal imaging cameras available today can “visualize” the heat energy that all things (above absolute zero) emit. These images are the images that most of us have seen that have the color patterns that we have seen.
Infrared can be used for finding problems is a multitude of disciplines. This ranges from energy audits in homes (finding missing insulation, air leaks, water problems, electrical hot spots) and it is used in commercial construction investigation (CMU block wall integrity) to flat roofs (water penetration).
Another area that thermography can be used in and is growing in acceptance and popularity is the medical field. Both for animal and human diagnostics. The opportunity to screen for breast cancer is made available by correct IR imaging and interpretations long before conventional radiation based investigations can reveal. The horse is also a great candidate for interpretations with equine thermography. Heat images of our equine friends can be very revealing and highlight problem areas 1-2 weeks before conventional medicine might detect issues.

For any information or a quotation, please feel free to contact us. Our prices are very competitive.

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)


Your Message

© 2015 Thermography South Africa Infrared scan south Africa, and thermal imaging