Thermography Just Got Easier

The Fire Solutions Group, a provider of thermal imaging cameras for fire departments, industrial users, electricians and home energy audits, is now offering cameras for home thermography. Owner Andy Lynch says, “The ability to conduct thermography in your own home provides privacy and creates a reproducible string of images over time that can be used to detect changes to the body.”

Although not a replacement for regular mammograms and doctor visits, thermography has been shown to be effective at early detection of a number of aliments. The thermal cameras can also be used in the home for energy audits and to check for faulty electrical panels.

People that are paying for thermography at an office will find this to be a less intrusive, flexible, and easy method conducting thermography at home. The kit supplied comes with a thermal camera, USB cable, power supply, manual and lanyard.

For more information, call 312-351-5919, email or visit

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