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Thermal imaging is not only an excellent tool to assess operational performance, it’s also integral in identifying potential risks before they occur to minimize downtime, improve efficiencies and avoid catastrophic failures. Using an infrared camera (IR), thermal imaging can be performed on anything from motors to lighting panels, motor control centers, VFD’s and more. Here at Impact, our trained technicians are well versed in IR and recommend using it as part of your electrical preventative maintenance program.
An infrared camera is a contactless device that detects unusual heating or excessive temperature deviations to produce a thermal image or video, on which we can perform temperature calculations. Each thermographic image has areas of interest selected, with the maximum temperature in each area noted. These temperatures are compared with equivalent equipment, adjacent phases, or ambient temperature to determine whether a hotspot represents an item of concern.
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