Electrical Surveys and Mechanical Surveys
One of the major difficulties when trying to identify problems within electrical systems is the danger associated with the electrical hazard. ThermoSurvey allows the equipment to stay live, thus identifying any problems or anomalies within the system without extra risk to the individual = zero downtime. ThermoSurvey can identify many electrical problems associated with resistance within the circuit. This resistance will be shown as heat from the largest bus bars to the smallest electrical circuits.
Overheating circuit in a distribution board.
The above image shows the imbalance of the three phaze array, having caused electrical issues throughout a section of a school creating disruption to their timetabling programme. ThermoSurvey pinpointed the issue within 5 minutes allowing maintenance staff to rectify the issue in a timely manner = minimising educational time lost
ThermoSurvey used for mechanical surveys can monitor machinery whilst in use = zero downtime.
Furthermore it is in fact better for a thermal survey to be conducted when the equipment is running.
All equipment runs within a heat parameter; ThermoSurvey will identify when this heat parameter is exceeded, alleviating the risk of catastrophic failures caused by overheated machinery.
ThermoSurvey gives timely information as to whether the equipment is on the point of failure and therefore can be replaced within a maintenance programme.
ThermoSurvey utilised as a bench-marking exercise will help create the parameters for normal functioning equipment and will identify any systems that are overheating.