• Thermal Imaging

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  • Thermal Imaging

     

    Thermal Imaging

    Thermal Imaging is one of the most valuable diagnostic tools for predictive maintenance. By detecting anomalies often invisible to the naked eye, thermography allows corrective action to be taken before costly system failures occur.

    Thermal Imaging or Thermography is the process of using a special camera designed to look only for heat by way of infra red (IR) energy waves.

    Potential problems can often be found due to excess heat being released by the component, even those which would normally produce some heat when performing at their optimum level.

    If undetected these problems can lead to failure and can result in expensive production loss or downtime and, in the most extreme case, can lead to fire.

    A regular programme of thermal imaging as part of routine maintenance can highlight potential problems long before any event. As a result any required repairs can be planned for in terms of both time and budget. In short, it is an invaluable resource for predictive maintenance.

    Thermography has applications in many different areas which are listed below.

    Thermography and Electrical Systems

    Loose connections
    Overloads
    Phase imbalances
    Corrosion
    High resistance in fuses and switchgear
    Thermography and Mechanical Systems

    Motor overload
    Worn Bearings
    Boiler seal leakage
    Insulation breakdown
    Hydraulic, steam and hot water systems
    Tank levels and insulation
    Valves
    Turbines
    Thermography and Buildings

    Continuity of insulation
    Flat roof leakage
    Heating, ventilation and air conditioning
    Cold storage thermal gain
    Seals
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