Thermal Imaging

electrical thermal imaging

Our trained Thermographers use the latest technology in Thermal Imagery to troubleshoot and identify potential problems before they happen in your home or business.

Electrical components usually show signs of failure before they actually fail (by omitting excess heat) To be proactive, we recommend having an annual routine check of your electrical system by one of our trained thermographers. Not only can it provide you with thousands of dollars worth of savings but most of all it can provide you with peace of mind.

By using thermal imaging as a means of problem detection you will save both time and money. The Thermal Imager will identify:

Overloaded circuits, loose/corroded connections and failing breakers in electrical panels
Blown fuses, overloads, phase imbalance, and harmonics problems
Hot spots from high resistance connections
Inefficient heating and cooling transfer

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10 Reasons to have a Bates Electric Technician troubleshoot your electrical problem with a Thermal Imager

  1. Avoid Unplanned Power Outages
  2. Rapid Problem Detection
  3. Reduced Inspection Costs
  4. Accurate “Hot Spot” Detection
  5. Be “Pro-Active” not “Re-Active”
  6. Reduction in overall failure rate of devices
  7. Reduction in overall power outage costs
  8. Reduction in overall operational costs
  9. Reduction in unnecessary shut-downs
  10. Enhances Safety and Loss Prevention

How does thermal imaging diagnose electrical problems?

The HeatSeeker Thermal Imager’s live screen shows areas of “hot spots” that make it quick and easy to determine the origin of the problem. Once the problem has been located our certified technician can take the necessary means to correct it.

For example, below (left) is a photograph of a “hot spot” in an electrical panel. To the right is a photo of a loose connection. The “hot spot” indicates an area of concern and needs to be repaired immediately to prevent further damages or worst case scenario a fire.

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