why get an infrared scan?
Infrared thermography is probably one of the most common and well known predictive Maintenance technologies on the market. This doesn’t diminish the impact that in can have on your maintenance team. Infrared thermography can help identify unsafe hot-spots on equipment, unseen bearing wear and misalignments. Infrared inspections provide a means to view systems (electrical, mechanical, building envelopes) under normal operating conditions to identify abnormally hot (or cool) areas or components. Infrared is a powerful maintenance tool. In many instances, equipment failure is preceded by a period of increasing heat. This is especially true of electrical equipment. With infrared thermography, you can identify overheating electrical connections and other machine components, so you can schedule repairs to be made during planned downtime. This increases reliability and productivity for the entire operation.
what are the effects of an infrared scan?
Why Choose PMT?
Anyone can point and shoot a camera, right? Do you know that there is more to it when it comes to infrared? PMT professionals are trained to identify and adjust for emissivity, spot size ratio, correct range/distance and proper temperature scale in order to produce an accurate thermographic reading. By utilizing an infrared thermography program from PMT along with a sound maintenance philosophy, you can reduce your unscheduled downtime, increase equipment life & reliability, increase safety and company profits by reducing your repair costs.
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Below is a sample of PMT's easy to read Infrared Report with machine status and pro-active recommendation(s).
Priority Levels and equipment listing.
Immediate action is recommended from this reading.
This panel reading indicates attention is needed soon.
Mechanical infrared can tell if a motor may fail soon.
A normal reading is reassuring for you and your team.
Structural infrared can cut costs in heating & cooling.
Infrared can pinpoint potential leaks in structures.