Mechanical thermal imaging is the use of thermal imaging to examine the operating temperatures of various mechanical devices in operation. Thermal imaging can be carried out on a range of mechanical devices including:
The operating temperatures of the in-use components are compared to other in-use components and can find thermal hotspots (exceptions) including:
Thermal scanning can help to find these problems before they become evident in the typical ways such as noise, burn marks or failure. Furthermore, all mechanical components to be inspected must be active and under normal or peak load.
Finding these problems early can have a significant effect on cost and down time of services through:
Thermal imaging of mechanical components should be carried out on a regular basis (annually) as a part of a preventative maintenance regime to assess and ensure the health of all mechanical equipment.
Imagine if your company suffers a critical electrical fault that resulted in a major disruption to your business, causing excessive downtime. This can be detected before it happens and prevented utilising thermal scanning.read more
Electrical Thermal Imaging
Electrical thermal imaging examines the operating temperatures of electrical equipment under normal load and detects potential problems before they develop, such as loose connections or degraded components.read more
Thermal Scanners will provide help in understanding the requirements and benefits offered by utilising mechanical thermal imaging. As part of the service Thermal Scanners will provide a detailed thermal report which includes:
Protect your assets today! If you’re looking for the following:
Fast and effective way to prevent costly electrical repairs
Ensure the safety of your facilities, employees and the general public
Ensure the highest level of performance for all electrical systems
Reduce the risk of breakdowns, critical faults and downtime
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