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Thermal Imaging Testing - The Benefits

Thermal Imaging is unique - there is simply no other preventive maintenance technology or method like it.

As a prior method by itself or in conjunction with visual inspection and live testing, thermal imaging should be at the forefront of any duty holders planned preventative maintenance measures (PPM) .

Thermal Imaging involves 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.

Thermal imaging allows you to identify overloaded or overheating circuits or whether a motor bearing may have failed, ultimately enabling you to repair any faulty electricals before they cause damage to your property or indeed harm to occupants.

Undetected electrical faults will likely lead to power failure or power cut out. Thermal imaging is advantageous in the sense that you can repair any faulty equipment or electricals within your property in good time, before it gets too expensive!

Thermal Imaging testing is non-intrusive and causes no disruption to normal business operations.

Electrical thermography enables the identification of only those items of equipment that require remedial works together with the severity of the defect. This enables maintenance to be suitably planned around operational commitments.

A thermal imaging testing survey can give an excellent insight into the health of equipment, enabling the identification of opportunities to make energy savings together with increasing the operational lifecycle of equipment.

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