See The Unseen With Thermal Imaging

    Prevent Equipment Failure And Save Money With Preventative Maintenance

    Identify potential problems before they occur: Thermal imaging can detect hidden electrical problems, such as loose connections, overloaded circuits, and overheating components. This can help to prevent equipment failure and costly downtime.

    Save money: By identifying problems early, you can avoid the need for expensive repairs or replacements. Thermal imaging can also help to reduce your energy costs by identifying areas where heat is being lost.

    Improve safety: Thermal imaging can help to identify potential safety hazards, such as electrical arcing and overheating components. This can help to prevent fires and other accidents.

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    Latest infrared thermal imaging technologies

    Thermal Imaging testing procedure

    To thoroughly inspect and thermograph Electrical / Mechanical services switchboards; electrical board cover plates are opened on all boards to expose the electrical wiring and components. A Detailed report specifying irregularities found is provided, including the image(s) as recorded.

    Cost savings

    Infrared Thermography can detect potentially serious faults before they have a chance to develop. A survey of an electrical installation will reveal in seconds any abnormal component temperatures preceding equipment failure.

    The Thermography report identifies the exact area of the fault so no time is wasted using elimination processes.

    Cost savings are made if the procedure is used as part of a regular preventative maintenance program. Unexpected breakdowns in all types of plant can be prevented well in advance of their becoming apparent. Repairs and/or maintenance can then be scheduled as required.

    Thermal Imaging Applications

    Using infrared Thermography as a diagnostic tool is a condition monitoring technique that measures the radiant heat pattern emitted from a body, such as building structures or plant & equipment. This technique will generally determine the regions or points of increased or reduced heat emissions, which can indicate the presence of a fault.

    • Identify potential equipment/component failure or irregularities in loading

    • Prevent fire/explosion

    • Check component integrity

    • Determine loading condition of equipment

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