THERMAL IMAGING CANADA
~ Specializing in Equine Infrared Imaging ~
Thermal Imaging Canada uses a FLIR E8 thermal imaging camera with resolution of 320 x 240 pixels and can detect temperature differences of 0.05 degrees Celsius. Images are presented in a Rainbow High Contrast Palette. These are medically acceptable specifications to produce a thermography report. This camera is fully calibrated yearly and certifications are up to date.
ANIMAL and LIVESTOCK THERMAL IMAGING For imaging a lot of animals, quickly, thermal imaging is excellent, due to the efficient scanning method and transportability. Technically, most livestock are candidates for evaluation with thermal imaging.
The subclinical aspect is very important with livestock and farm animals. Issues, such as mastitis and horn infections have been observed with thermal imaging. This is significant to revenues and overall care of herds. Infections or inflammatory conditions would appear as focalized heat regions on the animals.
Research has been conducted with foot and mouth disease and other animal conditions using thermal imaging. Chicken evaluations involve looking at the thermal condition of not only the hen, but also the eggs. Problems can be evaluated quickly, and a decisive course of action can be taken and then monitored to evaluate effectiveness. This is not always available as efficiently with other diagnostic tests.
John Lyons on the Benefits of Thermal Imaging
ABOUT CAROLYN KEMPS
A long time rider and equine business owner with a BSc in Ag Bio/Animal Science and Certified to teach for Equi-Health Canada, Carolyn had experience working with horses, cattle, exotics and companion animals.
ABOUT MEGAN KEMPS
A background in riding and managing rodeo/equine digital photography business, Megan has experience with horses, cattle and companion animals.
Don't hesitate to contact these technicians with any questions you may have about thermal Imaging.
Guided by our passion for animals, we deliver unparalleled value based on three core principles:
A professional and customer-centered approach
Use of advanced technology designed for early detection of lameness and disease
Expeditious and accurate medical interpretation of Thermographic findings
Digital Thermal Infrared Imaging is FDA approved for medical and veterinary applications. Veterinary Thermography Interpretation Reports are prepared by specially trained and Certified Veterinary Thermologists. These reports are intended for use by trained health providers to assist in evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. However, these reports are not intended for evaluation and diagnosis by untrained individuals.
For rates and more information about Thermal Imaging Canada services,
please email us at email@example.com or call at 306-361-1163 Technicians: Carolyn Kemps & Megan Kemps Thermal Imaging Canada is available by appointment at events, ranch calls and in-house appointments.