TERMATRAC’s latest patented Termite Detection Radar system Remains the only technology device in the world that can precisely Locate and track the presence of termites without the need for Physical penetration of walls, floors or ceilings, and will not disrupt and displace termite activity. Radar signals are specially calibrated to locate termites through timber, brick, and masonry, concrete, Plaster board/dry wall, plastic, tiles, carpet, kitchen cupboards, plus many other common build ing materials and furnishings. The TERMATRAC Termite Detection Radar ensures no physical penetration of walls and no need for tapping or prodding. Termites are not disturbed, do not retreat, and remain active for easy and accurate treatment.
The Remote Thermal Sensor with Laser Guide built into the TERMATRAC T3i hand-held unit performs a similar role as a thermal imaging camera, enabling the operator to ‘point & scan’ for changes in building surface temperature which is a common sign of termite infestation.
The Moisture Sensor built into the TERMATRAC T3i streamlines the Pest Control Technicians ability to identify concentration of moisture in walls typical of termite risk areas. Durable The TERMATRAC T3i is constructed in the latest impact resistant plastics and is dust and moisture resistant. PDA connectivity via Bluetooth ® technology. The TERMATRAC T3i Suite includes the latest in PDA technology. This powerful but versatile technology gives the operator superior ease of use in the most awkward situations, whether reading signals from the Termite Detection Radar, Moisture Sensor or Remote Thermal Sensor.Data Export to PC & Easy Report Generation The T3i Report Generator enables easy compilation of Radar, Remote Thermal Sensor and Moisture Sensor data with inspection site data for inclusion in termite inspection reports.
Thermal imaging is the latest in technology used to aid termite inspections and thus reduce guesswork and minimize human error in the termite detection process.
The system offers a revolutionary new solution for detecting termites quickly and accurately: high-powered, customized IR technology will empower inspectors to, in effect, "see" and "read" through a house's walls, floors and ceilings, uncovering hidden problems that may go undetected in an ordinary visual inspection.
Thermal imaging detects heat patterns. Objects with a temperature above absolute zero (- 273° C) emit infrared radiation which is not visible to our naked eye. Unlike visible light, in the infrared world everything with a temperature above absolute zero emits heat.
Thermal Imaging Camera enables us to see and measure heat. The Thermal imaging camera is extremely sensitive and has the ability to detect small temperature changes in a building and is a useful tool when detecting termite nests in the home, possible termite damage and areas of moisture within the house. When termites invade buildings, the normal heat patterns of the walls, floors and roof are changed due to the presence of termites.