THERMAL IMAGING AND ULTRASONIC
Infrared thermal imaging and airborne ultrasonic inspections, when used for mechanical inspections can increase safety, prevent downtime, reduce parts inventory and prevent customer delays.
HEAVY AND MINING INDUSTRY
Mining and offshore oil and gas installations require an annual mandatory inspection of their facilities electrical systems. Inspections are required to ensure compliance with industry standards worldwide.
The most common heat transfer modes in buildings causing energy loss or gain are convective deficiencies such as air leaks and conductive deficiencies such as insufficient, misapplied or damaged insulation materials.
SOLAR AND INVERTER
Infrared inspection of solar PV Panels quickly finds bad cells within a single panel or an entire array. Thermal imaging can also locate malfunctioning inverters and hot electrical connections.
Infrared Electrical inspections are an ideal method for inspecting electrical service equipment for defective components, poor connections, and overloaded circuits.
The most effective way to maintain an electrical system is to detect any potential electrical failures and take the corrective action that will prevent any interruption of the normal system operation.
Who We Are
A dynamic and diverse company based in the North-East region of Victoria Australia, catering for remote regional and worldwide clients.
With over 35 years in the electrical industry, working within Australian domestic, industrial projects and some of the most technologically advanced offshore drilling units in the world, from their conception build to fully operational in the field.
What is Thermal Imaging
The infrared energy emitted by an object is known as its heat signature. In general, the hotter an object is, the more radiation it emits.
A thermal imager is essentially a heat sensor that is capable of detecting tiny differences in temperature. The device collects the infrared radiation from objects in the scene and creates an electronic image based on information about the temperature differences.
What is Airborne Ultrasonics?
Airborne ultrasound instruments detect sounds that are not heard by normal human hearing. The instruments actually listen for sounds that are above the threshold of normal human hearing. Ultrasonic sound
waves are high frequency, low energy waves that are received by the instrument.
The instruments then change or heterodyne the high frequency sound wave into an audible sound that is heard by the user.