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Thermographic Imaging inspections can help find hot spots caused by defects in connections and components. Thermogarphic Imaging, also called Infrared thermography, pinpoints areas of excess heat (generally caused by increased resistance). Regularly scheduled Thermographic Imaging helps to detect problems before a component or entire equipment unit fails. This further prevents damage to the component or equipment, and reduces safety hazards to employees as well as accompanying loss in productivity.
A benefit of Thermographic Imaging that is sometimes overlooked is the long-term reduction and stability of insurance premiums. If employee accidents are avoided, fewer insurance claims are made and overall operating costs are stable.
It’s a fact that increased heating is a sign of failure. Because of this, Thermographic Imaging is the best diagnostic tool available for finding hot connections during early stages of degeneration. Many insurance companies ask for an electrical infrared, or Thermogaphic Imaging inspection, to find and prevent problems before they cause damage to your personnel, equipment and facility.
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We are excited to announce that Craft Electric & Maintenance, Inc. is now a Certified Installer of Exertherm™.
We would like to congratulate Jay Godfrey our Vice President for obtaining his NFPA Certification as an Electrical Safety Compliance Professional “CESCP.”