Non-contact thermal imaging
Shaft alignment is the process whereby two or more machines (typically a motor and pump) are positioned such that at the point of power transfer from one shaft to another, the axes of rotation of both shafts should be collinear when the machine is running under normal conditions.
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Thermal imaging surveys involve the use of thermal imaging cameras to visually represent surface temperatures of an object in order to identify thermal anomalies that indicate possible defects.
Thermal Imaging for Electrical Applications:
Thermographic Testing of Electrical Equipment. Thermography is a non-destructive test method that may be used to detect poor connections, unbalanced loads, deteriorated insulation, or other potential problems in energized electrical components.
Thermographic surveys on electrical distribution equipment can identify potential problems long before failure. They are often carried out in support of:
Typical items that would be incorporated within a survey would be:
➢ Electrical Distribution Boards and Main Panel Boards.
➢ Terminal connections & junction boxes.
➢ Cable Runs & Terminations.
➢ Electric Motors and Pumps.
➢ Power factor correction systems & controls. ➢ Transformers.
➢ UPS and battery systems.
➢ PLC systems.
Thermal imaging for Mechanical applications:
Thermal surveys can play an important part in checking your mechanical equipment and keeping it running to its full potential. Doing this quickly and efficiently, thermography also puts a stop to any time wastage so you can get on with your job with-out being slowed down.
Thermographic inspections of mechanical equipment identify problems before failure, reducing unplanned downtime. Our thermography services are used for:
Mechanical thermal imaging surveys are carried out on the following types of plant and equipment:
➢ Fuel Oil Driven Engine
➢ Motor Gearboxes
➢ Bearing Housings & Couplings
➢ Heat Exchangers
➢ Conveyor systems (bearings and drive chains or belts) ➢ Steam Line and trap’s
➢ Hydraulic systems
➢ Cargo Oil Pump (COP)
➢ Exhaust Gas Piping
➢ Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Panels.