Infrared Thermographic Inspection
Improve the Safety of Your People and the Reliability of Your Assets with Infrared Thermographic Inspections
The leading cause of fires in facilities is due to electrical failure. Monitoring electrical equipment with thermal imaging results in a dramatic reduction of unplanned outages. We all know how costly service interruptions can be. Equipment failure, reactive maintenance, and lengthy troubleshooting time are all factors in keeping your facility online. Infrared thermographic inspection is the proactive and PREDICTIVE practice used to find issues early providing you the time and opportunity to address, repair, and maintain your electrical equipment.
Schuler-Haas Electric Corp. is always focused on meeting the needs of existing clients, while looking ahead and growing to find the best technology and services to attract new ones. Our highly skilled Electricians/Technicians are certified Thermographers using the highest quality FLIR Thermography Cameras. They’re consistently performing infrared inspections, which keeps them proficient and precise in their field. We keep all equipment calibrated per manufacturer’s specifications and provide the client with a thorough report that includes our findings and recommendations for corrective actions.
Infrared Thermographic Inspections is the most cost-effective means of predictive maintenance because it should take place while the service is energized. There’s no need to stress over coordinating or scheduling for a shutdown. Manpower is minimal and it’s usually scheduled during standard business hours. And since our Thermographers are also Electricians, they’re prepared with the necessary PPE to gain access to the electrical equipment for a proper line of site to all connections where heat signatures can occur.
Why should you perform an Infrared Thermographic Inspection?
Here are some of the benefits you can expect:
- Boost safety & reliability
- Detect problems before they cause failures.
- Monitor the life cycle of your equipment.
- Avoid downtime and costly service interruptions.
- Be in compliance with NFPA 70E and NFPA 70B.
- Significantly reduce unplanned outages.
- Reduce insurance premiums.
- Minimize reactive maintenance and troubleshooting time.
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