Benefits of thermal surveys
Thermal imaging can play an important part of your electrical maintenance as it can detect system faults that may otherwise go unnoticed. A thermographic survey is a simple non-intrusive method to monitor and predict when a system might fail. Heat spots recorded during the survey can be investigated further to help increase the life expectancy of electrical and electronic equipment and help prevent fires caused by excessive temperatures.
How does thermal imaging work?
Thermal Imaging does not require any part of your system to be powered off or isolated during the process. Powerful infrared thermal cameras are used to identify any temperature differences in a power source. Electrical parts that are damaged or showing signs of damage will give off heat which the camera will be able to detect. Our engineers will then alert you to any problems throughout your system and provide advice on any corrective work that may need to take place.
Thermal imaging reports
Once the survey has been completed you will receive a detailed thermal imaging report which will include the following:
All thermal and digital images taken during the survey
Professional fault analysis and recommendations