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Thermal survey

Thermal imaging surveys employ thermal imaging cameras to graphically represent the surface temperatures of an object in order to detect thermal abnormalities that could signal flaws. Typically, thermographic surveys are required for three reasons:

Thermography can be used to uncover potential faults in new equipment or buildings at the earliest possible time, allowing for remedial work to be completed before the building or equipment is turned over to the client.

Thermography can be used as part of a predictive maintenance or condition monitoring program to spot flaws early so that remedial work can be arranged around business activities, avoiding unnecessary production downtime. There is a possible problem.

Fault Diagnosis: When equipment is suspected of being inoperable or exhibiting signs of poor performance, thermography can be utilized to provide additional information that can aid in diagnosing the problem.