In Thermographic Imaging

Electricity is the unseen workhorse of any industry. We take for granted that, when we flip a switch, the equipment connected will power on and work as intended.

This is partly because the infrastructure associated with electricity is necessarily unobtrusive. The wiring, cabling, and junction boxes that keep the steady flow of electricity are safer hidden behind walls and under floors.

So, if something goes wrong, it can be tricky to find the source of the problem. This is where Thermographic Imaging comes into play.

What is it?

Thermographic Imaging uses infrared thermography to measure and illustrate radiant heat patterns. Put simply, a Thermographic Imaging scanner shows where there are unusual temperature patterns.

Why is it useful?

When the insulation of your cabling or wiring begins to break down, you are not far away from a major maintenance issue. Similarly, if a piece of equipment suffers a load irregularity or component failure, it can lead to catastrophic downtime, not to mention the potential for injury for your workers.

Thermographic Imaging allows our technicians to inspect your equipment and cabling without having to dig up or shut down. By identifying hotspots, our technicians can diagnose faults or areas of concern much faster. This makes for faster repairs and less downtime, we can schedule repairs around your production schedules.

How can it help you save money?

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Thermographic Imaging can help diagnose small problems with your equipment, cabling, or wiring, before they can become expensive issues.

By isolating the problem areas quickly, using Thermographic Imaging, our technicians know exactly where they need to start repairs. This has the knock-on effect of reducing the time equipment needs to be shut down. Less downtime for your equipment and less risk of expensive repairs down the track.

How do you get started?

Contact RANS Electrical on 1300 567 267 for an obligation free quote and start saving time and money today.