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Thermography services

 

Shadow Energy identifying and rectifying equipment issues before they become problems is a critical part of averting loss and maintaining uninterrupted service. Routine inspections and preventive maintenance can reduce failures, but they cannot reliably identify trouble spots.

 

 

More than meets the eye

 

An infrared survey can help keep small issues from becoming disasters. Repairing a loose connection– easily found with a thermographic scan – might cost only some rupees. If undetected, that same connection could result in a fire. That might mean injury, loss of life or damage that makes the whole building unfit for occupancy and shuts your business down.

Thermographic scans are a wise investment. Industry sources show that the monetary savings they produce can be 20 times as much as the initial cost of the survey. This does not include the potential losses due to damage associated with fire

 

 

How infrared thermography works

 

All electrical and mechanical equipment radiates heat. Infrared video cameras that are sensitive to this thermal radiation, detect and measure the temperature differences between surfaces. The cameras then convert the information and display it as an image visible to the human eye, allowing us to “see” a heat signature.

Abnormal or unexpected thermal patterns typically indicate a problem with the equipment, including conditions such as:

  • Loose electrical connections
  • Overloaded circuits or phases
  • Deteriorated or damaged insulation
  • Bearing failure
  • Insufficient lubrication
  • Steam leaks

 

 

With Infrared, Seeing is Believing

 

Infrared inspections use high tech cameras to measure thermal energy being emitted from a given object. But, a much lower tech tool can be equally effective for successful infrared inspections - the naked eye. Visual inspections can detect issues that might not be readily apparent in an infrared survey or in test data

If left undetected, such issues can compromise the safety and efficiency of electrical and mechanical equipment.

 

Benefits of an Infrared Thermography

 

  • Reduce Downtime
  • Schedule Repairs When Needed Ahead Of Costly Breakdowns
  • Prevent Catastrophic Failures
  • Predictive Maintenance Program
  • Raise Machine Reliability-Uptime
  • Reduce Preventable Failures
  • Utilize Maintenance Dollars Elsewhere
  • Save Energy
  • Save Money-Expand The Bottom Line
  • Transform Your Maintenance Program From Reactive To Preventive

 

​Infrared Imaging Allows Us To See What Our Eyes Cannot