Thermal imaging for electrical / mechanical diagnostics

Why use thermal imaging?

Producing faster, better, more efficiently and at a lower cost. In order to reach these goals, industrial plants need to be running continuously: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. No costly breakdowns, no waste of time.

  • Give you a full image of the situation
  • Identify and locate the problem
  • Measure temperatures
  • Store information
  • Tell you exactly what needs to be fixed
  • Help you find faults before real problems occur
  • Save you valuable time and money

Diagnosing the condition of electrical / mechanical installations and components. With a thermal imaging camera you can identify problems early, allowing them to be documented and corrected before becoming more serious and more costly to repair.

A thermal image that includes accurate temperature data provides the maintenance expert with important information about the condition of the inspected equipment. These inspections can be done with the production process in full operation and in many cases the use of a thermal imaging camera can even help optimize the production process itself.

Who needs to use thermal imaging?

Any one in the industrial and private sector who needs to make sure they are at maximum production and efficiency. Also for companies who wants to make sure there company is working in safe conditions with minimum breakdowns. 

Below are a few samples of the work we can do in  the field

Terminal inspection of an electrical cabinet

Terminal inspection of an overheated cable

Terminal inspection of an heat leakage due to failing insulation

Terminal inspection of an bad electrical connection

Terminal inspection of an electric motor

Terminal inspection of an high voltage capacitor

Terminal inspection of an overheated fuse.

Terminal inspection of the condition of the refractory lining

Visual and thermal image of a roller bearing that is overheated and should be replaced

Visual and thermal image of a tri-phase transformer