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Safe & Accurate Electrical Inspections with Thermography

Martin Robinson | President, IRISS Inc.
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Electrical asset inspection and maintenance is not just one of the most important tasks in a facility, but it is one of the most dangerous as well. The proper use of thermographic technology is vital to retrieving accurate data during an inspection to properly trend the health, performance, and condition of critical electrical assets. The process by which the data is collected must be focused on allowing the inspector to achieve accurate readings of the equipment, while at the same time providing a safe environment for the inspector to avoid the risks of electrocution and arc flash.

Learning Takeaways:

  1. Proper thermographic cameras and settings specific to the task/equipment
  2. Collection and trending of inspection data for asset management
  3. Safe inspection techniques to promote a “safe at work, safe to home” culture

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS

Martin Robinson is the founder, owner, and CEO of IRISS Inc., a leading manufacturer of infrared inspection windows. Robinson focuses on innovation and is a pioneer of Electrical Maintenance Safety Devices (EMSDs) that help protect technicians from harm while protecting their companies’ bottom line. He holds several patents for condition-based maintenance devices and has designed multiple maintenance programs that include infrared, ultrasound, partial discharge testing, non-destructive testing (NDT) and energy management strategies. He holds a NEBOSH certificate in Occupational Safety and Health, an IAM Certificate in Asset Management, is a certified Level III Thermographer, a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) and a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL). He is a member of IEEE, NFPA and is a standing member on the technical committee CSA Z463 guidelines on maintenance of electrical systems.

Brent Lammert is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for HIKMICRO North America, a leading manufacturer of infrared sensors and cameras. Lammert focuses on innovation and providing solutions for engineers and technicians to work quickly and safely while achieving their companies’ goals. He holds several patents for thermal imaging systems and has helped implement thermal imaging programs with professionals in Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Data Centers, and Electric Utilities. He holds a BS in Industrial Engineering from NC State University, is a certified Level I Thermographer and has over 20 years of experience in Sales, Marketing, and Product Management of thermal imaging systems.

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About the Author

Martin Robinson President, IRISS Inc.

For over 30 years, Martin Robinson has been a pioneer in the field of condition based maintenance technology.  He spent 18 years in the British Army specializing in field maintenance of combat fleet vehicles.  Mr. Robinson continues to be an innovator and pioneer the technological benefits of Infrared Thermography internationally.  He has met with, consulted, or advised international maintenance and reliability leaders on electrical preventive maintenance (EPM) and electrical safety standards of NFPA and OSHA.  A recognized authority in the field of Infrared (IR) Thermography, Mr. Robinson has designed CBM programs to include IR, Non-destructive Testing (NDT) and implementation of green energy initiatives and energy management strategies.

Martin holds a NEBOSH certificate in Occupational Safety and Health, a Level III Certified Infrared Thermographer and is also a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).  He is also a member of IEEE, NFPA and is a standing member on the technical committee CSA Z463 guidelines on maintenance of electrical systems and a member of the IEEE P1854 working group (Recommended Practice for Electrical System Design Techniques to Improve Electrical Safety).