UK Wide Specialists in
Thermal Imaging Surveys

electrical

A thermographic survey is the most valuable way of locating electrical faults before they lead to a breakdown or potential fire.

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mechanical

A mechanical thermal imaging survey can detect faults on overheating and overloaded motors and pumps, which allows for the correct maintenance or adjustment, before a breakdown occurs.

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building

Infrared thermal imaging surveys are an important tool for building monitoring and allow us to detect many problems such as water leaks, heat loss and structural problems.

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benefits of infrared Thermography:

Building envelope leaks, poor or inadequate insulation, moisture and substandard work are costly to commercial and residential building owners. An infrared survey can quickly help you identify where energy efficiency can be improved.

>Increased reliability and efficiency of plant and equipment resulting in reduced breakdowns and stoppages and significantly reduced maintenance costs and production losses.

>Increased capital equipment lifespan.

>Thermal image surveys can be incorporated into existing predictive and preventative maintenance programs.

>Thermal image surveys can be performed at a convenient time and tailored to each client's individual requirements.

>Thermal imaging surveys are non-invasive and non-destructive allowing the survey to be completed whilst plant and equipment is running, in production and on load.

>Thermal imaging surveys are real time and produce fast, accurate and immediate temperature measurement and fault detection.

>Assists businesses to comply with insurance requirements and complements their existing risk avoidance measures.

>Reduced risk of fire.

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