PASSfm engineers conduct thermal imaging surveys giving you invaluable information, data and results that enhance preventative maintenance effectiveness and problem solving/diagnostics.
Thermal Imaging cameras can detect radiation in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (roughly 900–14,000 nanometres or 0.9–14 µm) and produce images of that radiation on a visual display for troubleshooting.
Electrical surveys can identify poor connections, overloaded circuits, failing components or imbalanced loads. Faults on electrical systems can be expensive in terms of plant downtime, damage, loss of production or risk from fire.
Keep your business up and running with PASSfm Electrical thermal imaging surveys. Thermal imaging services can help business, manufacturers and repair teams implement effective maintenance practices to avoid costly down time and remain competitive within their industry.
PASSfm use state of the art thermal image cameras that display images and read radiation where the human eye cannot see. They can easily see where heat is being lost from a building or specifically where heat is building up, for instance within an electrical circuit or machinery due to faulty components.
Thermal imaging surveys are effectively used in a predictive application.
110A Circuit Breaker
240V 110A breaker feeds LAN rooms.
Load Reading A=65 B=95 N=84
B phase exceeds 80% ampacity and temperature exceeds breaker rating.
Hot Fuse Connection
The surveys can also include the factory, machine, plant or premises itself from the roofing to the structural condition. Identifying a problem before it starts is crucial to effective mechanical and factory operations.
Pulley System - Hot drive belts:
PASSfm thermographic surveys can easily point out problems in structures, buildings and building appliances easily and effectively. This can range from detecting leaking pipes, damp spots, poor window and roof insulation, damage from weather like roof damage.
A Leaking Bedroom Ceiling
If you notice in the last photo, it is difficult to see the ceiling has a leak. However using the thermal imaging camera, you can see the problem, the origin of the leak and save time and money, reducing the need to tear out walls.
If you would like to enquire about any of our services please contact us.