Infrared Thermography inspection is a powerful non-contact diagnostic technology that makes visible the heat differences in operating equipment and facilities. Properly trained and supported technicians, called Certified Infrared Thermographers, use infrared thermography as part of a predictive maintenance program to save remarkable amounts of time and money while increasing employee safety.
Applications of Infrared Thermography
Electrical Systems - Detect poor connections, short circuits, overloads, load imbalances and faulty, mismatched or improperly installed components in electrical systems. Mechanical Systems - Detect problems in rotating equipment, power transmission, fluid flow and insulation systems. Flat Roofs - Locate water-damaged insulation in insulated roofs. Building Envelopes - Locate energy losses caused by conduction and convection problems.