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Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive maintenance activity which can be done at any time but is ideally performed when your business is fully operational. It allows you to accurately see what cannot be seen by the naked eye.
We're here to tell you all about Thermal Imaging and how your business can benefit from it. For now, let's start with the what.
To put it simply, Thermal Imaging is the practice of observing heat generated from electrical equipment such as a switchboard. Generally, the more power that is being drawn from a device, the more heat is it emitting. This heat can be seen by a thermal camera and can quickly and precisely detect areas of malfunction.
When any of the following areas of concern have arised on a switchboard, it can create excessive heat and stress on the device. Left undetected or untreated, it can cause a full power outage to your building:Loose TerminalsUndersized CablesFaulty Fuses or Circuit BreakersIncorrectly Fitted Components
When any of the following areas of concern have arised on a switchboard, it can create excessive heat and stress on the device. Left undetected or untreated, it can cause a full power outage to your building:
Thermal Imaging should always be a critical maintenance excercise done regularly throughout your building. When done so correctly, it protects your electrical equipment ensuring it is always running at its most efficient and safe level.
"Both Dean and Sarah have assisted me through many jobs. Their easy going persona along with the wealth of knowledge have made every job an easy and hassle free experience. From the smallest jobs like replacing light fittings, to arranging and upgrading large facilities with new switchboards, circuits and upgraded power, I would high recommend Eco Electrical to anyone for any job." - Gianni
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