Introducing Electric Field Vector Mapping – EFVM®

Jersey Infrared Consultants, pioneers in the Infrared Industry since 1984, are pleased to offer another form of non-destructive testing – ElectricField Vector Mapping, or EFVM®.

EFVM® is a type of non-destructive testing used to locate a breach or void in a waterproofing membrane. During testing, an electrical current at low voltage is used to create an electrical potential between a non-conductive membrane and a grounded conductive deck or substrate.

Common applications for EFVM® include quality assurance testing of newly installed waterproofing membranes prior to installation of pavers or overburden; locating sources of leaks in IRMA or uninsulated roof systems; and identifying breaches or holes in parking deck or patio membranes.

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