Bernard Hall Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 14th December 2021 8:18am
Zero Carbon Haddenham have a handheld Thermal Imaging Scanner available for loan to Haddenham village residents
This device is like a camera which takes special infra-red pictures which can be used to reveal any hotspots caused by poor insulation where heat is escaping from the walls, roof, windows or doors of a property.
To find out more please see the web page at https://zeroch.org/thermal-imaging-scanner/ where you can book the scanner for your own use.
We will ask for a small deposit when borrowing the scanner and invite you to convert this into a donation to Zero Carbon Haddenham when you have finished with it.
To make full use of the scanner you will need a little technical competence; access to a Windows PC and be able to install some simple software to analyse the images.
If you aren't able to do this then get in touch anyway and we'll see what we can do to help!
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