Infrared thermography is a non-contact, non-destructive test method that utilizes a thermal imager to detect, display and record thermal patterns and temperatures across the surface of an object.
Infrared thermography may be applied to any situation where knowledge of thermal profiles and temperatures will provide meaningful data about a system, object or process. Thermography is widely used in industry for predictive maintenance, condition assessment, quality assurance, and forensic investigations of electrical, mechanical and structural systems.
An infrared camera and thermography can be utilized for a variety of applications
- Unbalanced Loads, Overloads, Wiring, Circuit Breakers, Motor Windings, Rotating Belts, Couplings, Control Panels, Component Failure, Fuses, Switches, Circuit Boards
- Steam Traps, Couplings, Bearings, Valves, Lubrication, Gearboxes
- Ducts, Furnaces, Gaskets, Seals, Roofing
- Building Envelope Confirmations
- Equipment Maintenance
- Process Maintenance
- Moisture & Water Damage Recognition and Restoration
- Refractory Insulation
- Tank and Vessel Levels
- Preventative Maintenance
- Predictive Maintenance
- Energy Loss – Heating/Cooling, Power, Power Consumption and Flow Utility. Transformers, Insulators, Hipots, Transmission Towers