Infrared inspections are now a matter of routine for many commercial and industrial facilities. By proactively addressing incipient or latent failures detected during a single inspection, facility managers are able to avoid costs associated with unscheduled downtime and damage to electrical and mechanical equipment. Even greater savings can be achieved through...
- Jim Seffrin
- Infraspection Institute
Although you may be the engineer responsible for installing the IR window, you may not be the one using it. Record all required target data inside the panel, as this will make sure that the same data is recorded using…
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
A common mistake made by a number of thermography programs is skipping infrared inspections of panelboards (power and lighting panels) or failing to properly access the equipment by removing…
- Jim Fritz
- The Snell Group