…as a hot piece of metal!
Just the other day, Walt Greenwood contributed a story to The Kneeslider–a motorcyle technology blog. What does this have to do with thermography, you may ask? Well, Walt recently borrowed a Fluke Ti32 Thermal Imager to check the performance of his newly restored 1932 Harley Davidson motorcycle, and managed to capture some great shots of the hot cylinders.
Check out the thermal images and the rest of his article — Old Bike, New Tool: Giving a 1932 Harley a New (Thermal) Image.
Let us know if you’ve ever used your Fluke thermal imager to detect performance levels of equipment around your house–maybe your lawnmower?