Detect Electrical Defects or Damages Quickly and Economically
The goal of every electrical infrared (thermographic) inspection is to survey designated electrical equipment in order to pinpoint defective/damaged components and elevated temperatures within your power distribution system. If unfound or untreated these thermal “hot spots” can cause potential fire, explosion, or electrical service interruption threats. Thermal hot spots are typically caused by unbalanced or overloaded electrical circuits, loose connections, or broken/damaged equipment. These conditions are often overlooked during routine evaluations of facilities as they are not visible to the naked eye and will only be visible through infrared thermography detection services. If you suspect that your facilities’ electrical circuits are malfunctioning or are defective/damaged then an infrared or IR inspection of the facilities’ electrical system can assist in finding these anomalies. Infrared inspections should be performed every 6 – 12 months as part of the electrical preventive maintenance program.
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