Maximizing Electrical System Performance: The Power of Infrared Electrical Inspections
Why Choose Brady Infrared for Your Electrical Inspections?Decades of Expertise: With over 20 years of experience in the field, Brady Infrared has honed its expertise in inspecting a diverse range of electrical systems. From newly installed setups to aging infrastructures, our team has encountered and resolved various electrical issues, ensuring the utmost efficiency and safety.
Comprehensive Analysis: During an infrared electrical survey, our trained technicians meticulously examine your electrical components using cutting-edge thermal imaging technology. This allows us to identify potential issues such as loose or deteriorated connections, overload conductors, defective components, and more with unparalleled accuracy.
Preventive Maintenance: By detecting and addressing potential problems before they escalate, our infrared inspections help prevent costly downtime and repairs. With proactive maintenance strategies in place, you can minimize the risk of electrical failures and prolong the lifespan of your equipment.
Enhanced Safety: Loose connections, overloaded circuits, and damaged components pose significant safety hazards in any electrical system. With Brady Infrared’s thorough inspections, you can mitigate these risks and create a safer work environment for your employees and occupants.
Improved Energy Efficiency: Inefficient electrical systems not only compromise performance but also lead to unnecessary energy wastage. Our infrared inspections can identify load imbalances, open circuits, and harmonic problems, allowing you to optimize energy usage and reduce utility costs.
Typical Findings During an Infrared Electrical SurveyLoose or Deteriorated Connections: Loose connections can lead to overheating and potential fire hazards.
Overloaded Conductors and Protective Devices: Overloading can cause equipment damage and disrupt operations.
Defective or Damaged Components: Identifying faulty components early prevents system malfunctions and failures.
Load Imbalances: Balancing loads ensures even distribution of electrical currents and prevents strain on the system.
Open or Dead Circuits: Open circuits can result in power outages and disrupt productivity.
Harmonic Problems: Addressing harmonic issues improves the performance of lighting and other load devices.