Thermal imaging works with two layers- a top and a bottom. The bottom layer of the thermal image is made up of tiny squares or rectangles called an array. Each tiny square has a temperature component so the operator can easily detect any hot spots or cold spots within the array. The top part of the imaging array is the part that is viewed through the viewfinder.
Once a scan has been performed we provide our clients with comprehensive and easy to understand reports that contain information on all faults that have been identified during thermographic testing. Our clients are then able to plan repairs and maintenance before costly and potentially dangerous electrical issues occur.
– High risk of electrical fires if equipment is not maintained
– Possible downtime on equipment and machinery
– Unforeseen maintenance costs of equipment and machinery
– Detection of electrical faults in their early stages- Ability to potentially reduce dangerous electrical issues- Proactive maintenance of electrical infrastructure
– Ability to allow for planning of maintenance and repairs- Providing detailed, accurate and easy to understand reports
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