• In the photos above, Infrared / Thermal Imaging also known as Thermography can make your vessel (or prospective vessel you are planning to purchase) a safer investment such as:
  • Identifies areas of moisture intrusion

  • Rudder Inspection for delamination and moisture intrusion
  • Chain plate inspection
  • Hull and Deck Delamination
  • Osmotic blisters and repaired blisters
  • Steel and aluminum hull equipment location and concentrations of corrosion
  • Wooden boat planking and rot
  • Deck inspection (wet areas under teak and fiberglass decks)
  • Identify overheated breakers or electrical equipment that may prevent an electrical fire.
  • Detect leaking fuel or water from tanks that may prevent an explosion or water damage to the interior of the vessel.
  • Detect temperature anomalies in the engines or transmissions that can prevent costly engine or transmissions repairs.
  • Insurance Investigation
  • Fire Damage investigation

Infrared / Thermal Imaging is often used to provide boat builders, repair facilities, insurance companies and other boating industries another way examine vessels for a wide variety of anomalies.  Composite Fiberglass and Composite wood laminates, Steel corrosion, Aluminum Emulsification, Electrical faults, plumbing leaks and moisture intrusion inspections.


Marine Survey

Non Destructive Testing

Ultrasound Testing
 Electrical Survey

Energy Audits

Flat Roof Assessment



A written report with pictures identifying the subject for review after identifying an anomaly.


Thermal Imaging has a variety of uses across the industrial spectrum.  Most industries use thermal inspection thermal imaing to identify and highlight areas of anomalies created by heat transfer.  In order to visualize this heat loss successfully we need to fulfill the two criteria


Conditions of the survey: The survey is best carried out morning or night because during the daytime, both direct and indirect or diffused through a cloud cause infrared reflections on the subject can mask the subtle emissions we are looking for and it can confuse the picture as parts of the structure that emit heat a may also absorb heat well and sun in daylight the show up much darker than the areas of the building that reflect light well.




Inspection of hulls and decks without expensive and destructive testing

Appraisal and damage assessments

Identifies water and moisture intrusion

Assesses hull's condition for defects or faults