The loss of productivity due to an electrical problem can be costly. Being proactive and having a preventive maintenance plan that includes infrared scanning can save time, revenue, and lives.
As an electrical distribution system ages, components and connections can deteriorate, leaving the system open to failures. Infrared scanning sees “hot spots” within the electrical system. Locating areas of increased or excess heat can help to identify and correct problems before it causes significant disruption.
Part of creating a safe, hazard-free workspace, the infrared electrical inspection service is often requested by insurance companies as part of the preventative maintenance program. Infrared scanning is a non-destructive testing process that does not require the electrical system to be shut down to perform.
What does an Infrared Electrical Inspection service detect?
- Hot spots
- Overloaded circuit breakers
- Electrical Faults
- Loose connections
- Open circuits