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Electrical Panel Scans Using Thermal Imaging

Electrical switchgear and panels are the bloodline to supply electricity throughout commercial, manufacturing and industrial buildings. Without it, production stops and money is lost. Infrared is a proven tool to identify electrical problems prior to failure, allowing our clients to take proactive steps to prevent costly and sometimes dangerous electrical outages.

The picture below shows an electrical panel scan that has a loose/weak connection between a breaker and the main panel bus. Other deficiencies that can be detected using infrared include, overloaded circuits, load imbalances, harmonic problems and defective electrical components.

The video below shows infrared thermography in action. This electrical panel scan of the loose/weak connection between a breaker and the main panel bus from the above picture.

Brady Infrared has over ten years experience scanning electrical systems for a wide range of businesses, industries, data centers, and hospitals. We have the knowledge and experience necessary to accurately identify and document a wide range of electoral problems looming in every electrical system.

To learn more about electrical panel scans using infrared thermography for your building system, call us today at 772-288-9884 or feel free to use our online contact form.

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