Mechanical Infrared Inspections
An electrical infrared inspection is the first step in a comprehensive predictive maintenance program.
Infrared shows issue with bearing or alignment on a conveyor motor and gearbox.
Excessive heat generated by an electrical or mechanical device is normally a by-product of another issue like 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 lessen the risks, and in turn, lessen insurance premiums. Components of the equipment can 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.
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Predictive maintenance is where most forward thinking facilities want to be with their maintenance department. Northgate Energy Solutions and Thermal Imaging offers a variety of cost saving services related to predictive maintenance for these facilities. The main services offered revolve around thermal imaging, normally on a yearly basis. By providing a yearly electrical scan issues can be identified and corrected preventing possible entire building downtime or even catastrophic fire. Savings from this service can be realized by reduction in downtime and possible deduction in insurance rate. Northgate is a thermal imaging company located in Fargo, ND that cares about assisting its clients with most effective allocation of its maintenance effort.
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