The importance of heat monitoring in preventative maintenance programmes stems from the fact that it is frequently an early sign of equipment deterioration or malfunction.
Identify irregularities in heat of electrical systems
You can track operational conditions over time and instantly spot odd results for additional thermography examinations by using thermal imaging preventative maintenance to frequently check the temperature of important equipment.
Reduce downtime with thermographic surveys
Thermographic surveys will help decrease the possibility of unplanned downtime due to equipment failure, spend less on "reactive" maintenance fees and equipment repair expenses, and increase the lifespan of machine assets by monitoring equipment performance and scheduling maintenance when necessary.
The secret is that preventive maintenance shouldn't necessitate a lot of additional maintenance work if you want to save money. The objective is to shift maintenance resources from urgent repairs to planned inspections of important machinery. Repairs take longer than inspections, especially if a thermal camera is used.
Thermal imaging provides the perfect non-invasive diagnostic tool
As part of their preventive maintenance routine, electricians will and should if they aren’t already, frequently think of using thermal cameras as their initial inspection instrument.
Without pausing operations, they may quickly measure and compare the heat signatures of every piece of electrical installations or even in addition, electrical equipment and machinery along the inspection route.