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Where to start when you have received your first thermography results
Where to start when you have received your first thermography results

This article will link you to some of the features to look into when you have received the results from your thermography inspection

Updated over a week ago


It can be a bit overwhelming when you receive the results for your first inspection and don't know where to start. Or perhaps this isn't your first inspection but you want to explore more of the features available to you on the platform.

In this article we will link to some of the features that we think are most interesting when analysing your thermography results. For all of these videos, we also have written guides linked in the bottom of the article if you prefer written guides to videos.

Introduction to Thermography

Understanding Thermography, how it works, importance of irradiance, typical anomaly behaviour and more. Having a good foundational knowledge will be very important in understanding your results. To get started, you can read this support article.


Want to only see anomalies based on certain criteria that you can define? Check out this article on how to use filters.


Do you need to deliver a report to your customer? Or share your results with someone outside of the platform? To learn how to export reports from the platform, you can follow this article.

Tasks and Punch Lists

If you want to efficiently create punch lists, edit properties on thermal anomalies and more, learn how to take advantage of bulk actions with this article.

Warranty Claim

If you are in the process of carrying out a warranty claim, find out how the Sitemark platform can manage this process for you with this support article.

Loss Estimation

To make sure you are getting the full benefit of the loss estimation in charts view, you will need to make sure you have added in all of the necessary site properties. To learn more about how to do that, use this support article.

Weather Normalisation

If you want to be able to accurately compare anomaly degradation through your inspections each year, or meet criteria for a warranty claim it's imperative to have your results normalised to 1000W/m². Learn more about how to use this feature in this support article.

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