RECURRING INFRARED INSPECTIONS
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With inspections conducted on your electrical equipment year-over-year, we are able to determine when a piece of equipment might fail, prompting preventative repair.
Inspections On Your Electrical Equipment
Maintain the integrity of your facility’s electrical system
Reduce electrical fire hazards
Provide uninterrupted power to tenants/clients/employees
Detect faulty connections / overloaded circuits
The Best Cameras In The Industry
The best cameras for best results!
Best in-class resolution at 1.2 megapixels
Thermal range of -20 to 1500°C
Wifi & bluetooth enabled
Ideal for Electrical / Mechanical Inspections
Used in indor and outdoor applications
14° and 6° lens to safely and accurately detect measurements at a distance
Ideal for Utility, High-Voltage, Powerline, Substation IR inspections
WHO WE WORK FOR
WHAT WE INSPECT
Over 17% of all fires in Canada are caused by electrical malfunction.
See the Stats Here
Home fires involving electrical failure or malfunction caused an estimated average of $1.3 billion in direct property damage each year.
Electrical distribution, lighting, and power transfer equipment accounted for half (50%) of home fires involving electrical failure or malfunction, followed by cooking equipment (15%), heating equipment (9%), fans (6%), air conditioners (3%), and clothes dryers (3%).
Electrical problems are responsible for:
12% of fires in office properties
10% of fires in stores and mercantile properties
9% of fires in restaurants
5% of fires in healthcare facilities
Four of the most common causes of industrial fires and explosions are:
Flammable Gasses & Liquids
Overheating Equipment or Mchinery
According to Electrical Contractor Magazine, 22% of industrial workplace fires stem from electrical problems.
Almost all of these potential hazards can be found with a thermal imaging scan.
See more residential fire statistics here
KEY BENEFITS OF REGULAR
ELECTRICAL THERMAL IMAGING
Due to the non-contact and non-invasive nature of thermal imaging, thermographers can carry out thermal analysis inspections while the plant or equipment is still fully operational.
Thermal imaging can detect faulty components or systems at an early stage, thus allowing the company to plan and conduct remedial work within a scheduled maintenance window. By early fault detection, damage to vital operational systems may be avoided saving thousands of dollars in unexpected down-time.
ACCURACY & SPEED
Thermal imaging surveys can quickly scan and measure the temperature distribution of entire surfaces of electrical and mechanical equipment under normal load conditions, eliminating the need for pre-inspection work and lengthy preparation.
Thermal imaging cameras (or infrared cameras), are passive instruments meaning they detect infrared energy emitted of the subjects surface. This passive and non-invasive approach ensures the thermographer can maintain a safe distance from the potentially hazardous equipment. Furthermore, there is no potential for damage to occur to the systems or equipment as a result of the thermal survey.
FEWER OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY ISSUES
Intervention through early detection can prevent hazardous equipment failure, personal harm, and risk of fire. As an added bonus, and depending on your insurance policy, you may also be eligible for a discount in your insurance premiums.
INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY MEETS RISK COMPLIANCE
Thermographic surveys support the processes involved in regulatory compliance with Health and Safety Legislation while meeting insurance specified risk assessment and prevention criteria.