One of Seven Electrical's main objectives is to be at the forefront of innovative technology. As a result of this, the organisation has adopted an extensive range of thermal imaging technologies. Due to the recent advancements in technology, this service has become more affordable across all industry facets. Thermal imaging uses specialised camera equipment along with real-time computer analysis to capture snapshots of the equipment in question. Through the use of temperature, this technique produces a colour enhanced image that highlights any areas of concern. Once complete, Seven Electrical will produce a comprehensive report that observes any potential problems. If we identify any issues, the team will advise you of suitable solutions.
- Providing peace of mind, recommended by insurers
- Sound risk management
- Condition-based maintenance
- Cost-effective and proven
- Preventative maintenance
- Motor & pump bearing problems
- Motor winding problems
- Hot fuses or switchgear
- Building heat loss issues
- Electrical troubleshooting
How does it work?
The use of a Thermal Imaging camera produces images of invisible infrared or heat radiation and provides precise temperature measurement. Our Infrared Technology allows us to identify issues that a visual check does not. As many electrical faults start by getting hot before failing.
Our camera helps identify those "hot spots" before issues arrive. This allows repair and maintenance work to be completed before things fail, saving costs associated with downtime, machinery damage and potential fire risk from overheating.
When should it be done?
A preventative maintenance check by a certified B&M Thermographer is best completed now, before equipment fails.
Why are Certified Technicians so important?
ITC Trained Technicians have achieved an internationally recognised ISO 9001 certificate in thermography giving you complete confidence with accurate and knowledgeable reporting.
As Registered Electricians, our Technicians are able to provide timely solutions and rectification to the hazards they've identified.