GriwaArchitektur AG

Chalet Diamant
Dorfstrasse 20
CH - 3818 Grindelwald

Tel  +41 33 854 11 50
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13.00 – 17.30 hours
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Infrared camera

Use of infrared camera technology for construction applications

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The use of an infrared camera can identify problems in a building far earlier than traditional investigations.  Any necessary repairs or work carried out will be cheaper than if conditions are allowed to deteriorate further.

By examining a building with the help of an infrared camera, it is possible to:

  • visualize energy losses
  • detect missing or faulty insulation
  • locate the origin of any air leakage
  • discover any moisture in the insulation, in roofs and walls, both on the inside as well as on the outside of a building
  • detect mould growth and poorly insulated areas
  • discover heat losses
  • locate water which has seeped into flat roofs
  • see any cracks or leaks in hot water pipes
  • reveal any construction errors
  • monitor the drying process of buildings
  • detect defects in utility and district heating pipes
  • discover electric defects



Infrared cameras are the perfect tool to locate and indentify building defects by making the invisible visible. Any weak points will immediately show up on an infrared image. An infrared camera is the only tool, which helps to make the reality visible.


An infrared camera with exact temperature date, provides building professionals with important information about the condition of the insulation, moisture ingress, mould growth, electrical defects, existing thermal losses and the current state of the building's technology.




Thermal loss corner

Course of heating pipes behind wall cladding

Heat losses with balcony overhang