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How thermography makes for safer buildings

Identify your electrical issues before they cause downtime or an accident. Our highly-trained Licenced Technicians can quickly and easily find any potential problems. Contact Us to learn more.

What is an Electrical Thermal Scan?

An Electrical Thermal Scan is a non-invasive inspection technique that utilizes specialized equipment to capture thermal images of your electrical system. It is a crucial measure to prevent risks and ensure the safety and optimal functioning of your electrical infrastructure.

How does it work?

During the scan, the equipment detects and measures the infrared radiation emitted by different components in your electrical system. These measurements are then converted into a thermal image, which shows variations in temperature across the system.

What does the scan help uncover?

The scan helps uncover hidden issues, anomalies, or hotspots that may indicate electrical problems. such as loose connections, overloaded circuits, faulty components, or potential fire hazards. These issues may not be visible to the naked eye but can be detected through the thermal imaging technology.

How is the information used?

The captured thermal images are carefully analyzed by our Licensed Electricians who can identify potential risks and areas that require attention. The information obtained from the scan guides decision-making processes for maintenance, repairs, and necessary corrective actions to mitigate electrical risks and enhance the overall safety and performance of the system.

Who performs the scan?

The scan is conducted by a Certified Infrared Thermographer specializing in electrical thermal imaging. Opening electrical panels is reserved for registered electricians with specialized training to ensure safety and prevent hazards. Engaging qualified professionals, such as registered electricians with thermal scan certification, is crucial for safe and compliant electrical inspections and thermal imaging.

There are many requirements for business owners, property owners and managers and anyone responsible for life safety systems.  Many of these have major effects on your compliance and insure ability.

Revealing Hidden Risks

Loose & deteriorating connections 

Overloaded circuits 

Faulty electrical components 

Insulation deficiencies 

Electrical imbalances 

Overheating motors 

Faulty electrical panels 

Open circuits 

Improperly installed wiring 

The Power of Early Discovery

Minimize electrical hazards 

Prevent equipment failure 

Reduce unscheduled downtime 

Diminish risk of electrical fire 

Reduce maintenance & repair costs 

Optimize electrical system performance 

Extend the lifespan of electrical equipment 

Comply with regulations & standards 

Reduce insurance premiums 

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