The use of thermography, based on infrared technology, has revolutionised predictive maintenance inspection programmes for virtually all types of industries and premises. It is used to identify things that are going to fail. Even when everything looks normal from the outside, heat gives things away. It could be a loose connection, a fuse that needs replacing, a motor overloaded, bearings running at high load…
You won’t notice it but we will.
A thermal imaging camera is a reliable non-contact instrument which is able to scan and visualise the temperature distribution of entire surfaces of machinery and electrical equipment quickly and accurately, while the equipment is running.
Thermography programmes have contributed to substantial cost savings for our customers.
In the past you had a regular maintenance schedule designed to replace high-risk parts. Now with SuperVision you can predict your maintenance. We’ll find things before they become a problem. You can then repair or replace them when you want to, not when you are forced to. This keeps your productivity up and your maintenance costs down. The cost to replace a simple part is low compared to the potential damage if the equipment fails under load.
SuperVision offers thermal imaging using the Flir T-series and P-series thermal imaging cameras and reporting software to detect and report on temperature differences. Our operators are registered electricians and certified infrared thermographers with over 30 years experience in industrial and commercial environments. Only registered electricians can remove switchboard covers and they know how to interpret the data gathered during the inspection and recognise if the recorded temperatures are within normal levels.
We can see it before it becomes a problem—that’s SuperVision.
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