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Thermal imaging is incredibly useful when utilised during electrical inspections – an area that TEGG operate exceptionally in.

The reason why thermal imaging is useful lies in the way it produces visually impressive pictures from heat and non-visible light. Everything we see emits thermal energy. As such, the hotter something is the more thermal energy is emitted.

This means inspectors can clearly see outside the electromagnetic spectrum frequency range – allowing them to easily detect anomalies during an electrical inspection.

Infrared thermography, on the other hand, is what’s used for condition-monitoring in various applications. The purpose behind this is to maintain uptime and the smooth running of day to day businesses.

Examples of common anomalies detected during electrical inspections usually include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Bad connections
  • Load imbalance
  • Eddy currents
  • Harmonic defects

Utilising the efficient TEGG way of working and carrying out relevant risk assessments, we are able to implement a regulation-approved, safe working environment to remove electrical panel covers.

This allows for a direct ‘line of sight’ to any internal connections and components in order to capture real-time thermal images – ensuring we are able to report our findings with the upmost relevancy. You can discover relevant past works relating of thermal imaging and infrared thermography here.

Thermal view