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By: All Thermal Inspection Services  12-Mar-2014
Keywords: Preventative Maintenance, Water Leak, Infrared Inspection

WHAT IS THERMAL IMAGING? Thermal imaging is a low cost, effective method of protecting your business’s assets and giving you peace of mind. It is an essential part of every commercial and industrial business’s preventative maintenance plan. Specialized and highly sensitive equipment is used by a skilled technician to identify equipment faults that are not visible to the naked eye. The thermal images are accurate to one tenth of a degree and will show if any anomalies in components such as electrical circuit protection devices. While electrical problems are often the primary focus of Thermal imaging, it can also be used to check mechanical equipment to determine if it is running too hot – bearings, for example. Allowing the prediction of potential equipment failure therefore reducing costly repairs and downtime At the other end of the scale, Thermal imaging can detect cold air loss in refrigeration systems. Thermal imaging is a non-intrusive preventative maintenance activity that can be, and is best done, when your business is in full operation.

Keywords: Electrical Fault Detection, Electrical Thermal Imaging, Infrared Inspection, Insurance Reports, Preventative Maintenance, Switchboard Thermal Inspection, Thermagraphic, Thermal Inspection, Water Leak,

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Recommended Equipment failure, Electrical or Mechanical not only causes costly business Interruptions but can also be the source of major fire. Routine Thermal Surveys can help prevent such a disaster. Many Insurance companies and such organizations support regular infrared testing of electrical components. Had defective electrical components been identified early enough for maintenance to be performed, many of these losses might have been prevented. Infrared testing is a useful, practic