Yes that’s right – we are able to predict future hazards and breakdowns avoiding costly emergencies.
This is a true peace-of-mind and potential money saving service. Please get in touch; especially if you have just purchased your building or it has not been maintained as recently as intended.
Using the latest high resolution Infra-Red Technology, this powerful and non destructive technique allows a fast, safe and economical analysis of distribution boards and leaks to electrical equipment, and on-site plant.
Thermography is an easy way to find and check pipes and tubes for leaks. Even when water pipes are laid in the floor or under plaster; heat radiates through the surface and patterns can easily be detected with Infra-Red.
The use of Thermography, coupled with a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) regime is particularly effective in identifying sources of potential failure across all Mechanical & Electrical Services.
This peace-of-mind survey covers all the following areas:
Detection of ‘potential fire hazard hot spots’ without shutting down systems
Motors, Pumps & Gear Boxes
Detection of ‘hot spots’ and early warnings of imminent breakdowns
Under floor Heating
Scanning of coil elements to determine poor flow rates or leakage
Water, Steam and Condense Pipe Leakages
Exact location of leaks under floors and within the building fabric avoiding expensive ‘hit & miss’ demolition and evacuation works
Detection of insulation breakdown and potential fire hazard ‘hot spots’ beyond what a test and report will deliver
Insulation on Pipe work
Enables scanning of enclosed and exposed pipework identifying insulation breakdowns or total loss of protection
Possible detection of breakdown in pipe work and plant efficiency
Possible detection of breakdown in the Flue Liners
Looking for servers running hotter than normal and causing loss of important data
Scanning of boiler shells for hot spots, through poor water flow or shell deterioration, prior to a total breakdown
Early warning detection of potential breakdowns from ‘hot spots’