Best Thermal Imagers for Finding Water

Here’s a short list of our favorite thermal imagers for locating moisture and mold in buildings. For more on finding water damage, see our article Moisture Detection with Thermal Imagers. Or for more about choosing an infrared camera, or to better understand some of the camera features below, take a look at Choosing a Thermal Imager over at IvyTools.com.

FLIR-i7 Thermal Imager

 

FLIR i7 $1995 – 140×140 resolution, sensitive to 0.1º C.

 

 

Milwaukee Infrared Camera

 

Milwaukee M12 Thermal Imager $2500 – 160×120 resolution, sensitive to 0.1º C. Digital light camera, fast charge M12 battery.

 

FLIR E30bx Infrared Camera

 

FLIR E40bx $3995 – 160×120 resolution, sensitive to 0.045º C. Digital camera, connects to select moisture meters, dew point and insulation alarms.

 

Fluke TiR125 Infrared Camera

 

Fluke TiR125 $5495 – 160×120 resolution, sensitive to 0.08º C. Digital camera, dew point alarm, thermal/visible image fusion.

 

 

FLIR E50bx Infrared Camera

 

FLIR E50bx $5995 – 240×180 resolution, sensitive to 0.045º C. Digital camera, connects to select moisture meters, dew point and insulation alarms, thermal/visible image fusion.

 

Testo 882 Infrared Camera

 

Testo 882 $6495 – 320×240 resolution, sensitive to 0.06º C. Digital camera, dew point alarm, optional humidity alarm, optional SuperResolution up to 640×480 effective resolution.

 

FLIR T420bx Infrared Camera

 

FLIR 420bx $8495 – 320×240 resolution, sensitive to 0.045º C. Digital camera, connects to select moisture meters, dew point and insulation alarms, thermal/visible image fusion, autofocus, onscreen notation sketching.

 

Fluke TiR32 Infrared Camera

 

Fluke TiR32 $8995 – 320×240 resolution, sensitive to 0.04º C. Digital camera, dew point alarm, thermal/visible image fusion.

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