Thermal imaging prevents fires and saves lives and assets - here’s how
Fire spreads quickly, destroying buildings, assets and lives. However, thermal imaging can help prevent fires by detecting hot spots before they ignite.
The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 places a “duty of care” on all those responsible for the maintaining of electrical systems in order to prevent danger. In some cases, older more traditional inspection methods and test works will be fine, however, they are not always the most suitable and certainly not the most effective.
Thermal Imaging is unique - there is simply no other preventive maintenance technology or method like it. Thermal imaging cameras are designed to detect heat energy and translate this into visible light that can be analysed. The cameras can identify even the smallest differences in thermal radiation to locate any problems in your electrical and mechanical systems.
Thermal imaging cameras measure temperature changes which can help to avoid fire related disasters, creating a safer environment for both personnel and the local community whilst complying with insurance oversight.
Thermal Imaging shows the quick identification of damaged and/or faulty areas known as 'hot spots' in any type of electrical supply. These 'hot spots' generate heat, the thermal imaging camera will then detect the irregularities in the system, with the reports generated, alerting us to any potential hazard.
Whilst thermal imaging camera’s will not directly save lives, the intel they can provide could stop a fire from occuring, saving assets and lives in the process.
What to expect from this service
The very latest technology used to ensure high-res quality of images and detailed thermographic reports, designed to provide cutting edge results that will help towards future proofing and the safeguarding of your premises from current or future electrical faults or fires.
A complete non-invasive experience, due to the lack of physical interruption required.