Thermal imaging (or infrared thermography) is a highly effective way of predicting potential faults before they happen. It’s a technique that saves time, money and lives.
Thermography works by quickly scanning and measuring the temperature distribution of entire surfaces of machinery and electrical equipment under normal operation. All of which are normally undetectable with the naked eye.
Detecting faults in their early stages enables planned repairs and maintenance which prevents inconvenient and costly unscheduled downtime.
Regular thermal imaging inspections of electrical equipment are now the standard in building maintenance and a requirement of most commercial insurers.