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Northgate Energy Solutions
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70B §11.17.5 suggests that every commercial and industrial building in the United States should have an electrical IR (infrared) survey at least once a year.
Prevent catastrophic failures
Reduce repair costs
Decrease down time
Increase equipment life
Lower insurance premium
There are lots of question in the Thermographic field about whether it is called a Thermographic Study, Infrared Inspection, or Thermal Imaging. Click on the "More Info" below and I will try to make it clear for you
HOW IT WORKS
Excessive heat generated by an electrical or mechanical device is normally a by-product of another issue - loose terminal connections, corroded wires, poorly greased or failing bearing, etc. An electrical infrared inspection identifies potential problem areas that need further investigation to improve the safety and efficiency of electrical equipment, building structures, and other apparatus. Some of the many objects that an be scanned are transformers, electrical switchboards, transmission lines, circuit breakers, fuses, and switches. Through scanning of such objects, it will be possible to lessens the chances of risks and therefore lessen insurance premiums. Components of the equipment can also be scanned, such as motors, bearings, rollers, belt alignments, and many more.
The utmost advantage of thermal imaging detection is that it allows maintenance personnel to investigate the faulty area before it even causes a problem. An electrical infrared inspection is the first step in a comprehensive predictive maintenance program.
Because we only help you identify what issues you have and do not do any repairs, you can have trust that we have your best interests at heart. We are not trying to sell you repair services with our report which gives us no reason to misguide you.
Water Leak Detection
Infrared Water leak inspections can identify past and present water damage and locate the source of the leak.
Infrared technology is an outstanding way to find underground piping as well as leaks in those pipes.
Thermal imaging/infrared inspections can reduce your risk of system failures
We inspect for:
Flat Roof Inspection
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