Prevent further damage
through early detection

The problem with electrical faults is that you often don’t discover there’s an issue until your equipment fails. With that failure can come damage to people and property as well as untold costs due to downtime and repairs.

We recommend undertaking regular thermographic inspections so that you can detect vital equipment malfunctions before they occur and prevent them from becoming big problems down the track.

Safety standards recommend inspection of your building’s switchboards and electrical infrastructure every 12 months, while many insurers require annual thermography inspections as a part of your asset’s preventive maintenance program.

How thermal imaging
technology works

First, we inspect your premises using an infrared thermal imaging camera through which we’re able to detect an object’s infrared radiation. This allows us to diagnose any potential hazards within an asset’s electrical infrastructure and make recommendations on how to keep that asset functioning safely and effectively.

As part of our inspection, we scan:

  • Main switchboards
  • Distribution boards
  • Mechanical boards
  • PFC units
  • Tee-off boxes
  • Meter panels
  • Cable zones
  • Control panels

Once the inspection is complete, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive written report featuring thermal and digital images of the assets scanned during our inspection, as well as recommended repairs. Urgent repairs are often performed onsite at the time of inspection.

Our team of thermal

Our thermal imaging inspections are carried out by certified class 1 and 2 thermographers, all of whom are also licensed electricians. We use the highest standard thermal imaging cameras, FLIR T-series, to assess your commercial or industrial property and locate, isolate and identify existing concealed electrical faults and risks.

Comprehensive inspections
with zero disruption

Unlike when things go wrong, a thermal imaging inspection causes no disruption to your workplace. Inspections can be carried out while the building or plant is operating normally, without the need to disrupt your power supply.