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Our Flir thermal imaging cameras can detect hidden issues before they become a problem saving money and business interruption.
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Thermal Imaging cameras use an infrared detector to measure thousands of individual temperature points. These temperature points are then assigned a colour based on their temperature. For instance cooler colours like black and blue are assigned to colder temperatures and similarly colours such as yellow, orange and red to hotter temperatures.
In this way we can paint a picture using colours and use it to diagnose various heat abnormalities and recognise thermal signatures.
Thermal Imaging cameras use optical lenses to detect incoming infrared radiation which is subsequently processed and displayed as a thermographic picture called a thermogram. In contrast to a normal photograph, a thermogram contains radiometric data allowing it to be analysed to provide both qualitative and quantitative data.
Our Thermal Imaging cameras measure and provide 76,800 unique temperature measurements in each thermal image. Analysis of these images can provide a wide range of information ranging from immediate risks together with areas that should be the focus for preventative maintenance.
Thermal Imaging is ideally suited to detecting issues in distribution boards that traditional electrical fixed wiring inspections will not pick up. Overloaded circuits and loose high resistance connections are often detected.
Excess heat is bad for electric motors and leads to a reduction in life. For every 10 degrees centigrade that a motor operates above it’s rating, the lifetime of the insulation will decrease by 50%.
Trace heating is commonly used around freezer doors to stop them freezing shut. Similarly it is also used as a method to stop water pipes from freezing and bursting in cold weather. Thermal imaging cameras can easily detect whether the trace heating is in operation.
Worn bearings and incorrect belt tension cause friction which can be seen by thermal imaging cameras. When picked up early these defects can be scheduled for planned maintenance instead of waiting for a breakdown to occur.