Infrared thermography has allowed us to extend the perception of the human eye beyond visible wavelengths, and has thus become the most reliable analysis tool on the market. This proven method is the most cost-effective for diagnosing and preventing problems early on.
Thermography is a technique that provides a thermal image by measuring the amount of light in the radiance that emanates from buildings or electrical and mechanical components. A infrared thermographic analysis is performed by highly sophisticated cameras which can gauge heat losses due to increased resistance or premature wear.
Indeed, most defects or breakages produce abnormal hot spots which can lead to system or component failure. Using infrared thermography can prevent you from having to replace defective products or stop your production, drawbacks that can easily cost you a lot of money.
At Moteurs Électriques PMR, our goal is to allow your company to reduce costs while ensuring transparency through safe and precise control.
- Allows substantial savings both on the short and long term
- Reduces the risk of power outages
- Increases the lifespan of your equipment
- Prevents breakages
- Informs you on the state of your equipment
- Allows to better plan intervention and resource optimization
FIELDS OF APPLICATION
- Transformer station (insulator and transformer)
- Power cabinet (starter, circuit-breaker, bus bar)
- Control cabinet (relay, fuses, drive)
- Electric motors (hot spot, bearing, rolled steel)
- Oven lining (insulation loss)
- Default detection in heating cables (floors and ceilings)
- UPS battery banks
- Undersized power cables (cable size depends on amps rating)
- Unbalanced phases (better load distribution)
APPLICATIONS CAPABLE OF DETECTING HOT SPOTS
- Electrical panels (circuit breakers, fuses, overload relays, contact switches)
- Stations and substations (switchgear)
- Conveyors (ball bearing and plateau)
- Electric motors (bearing and coupling)
- Dry-type transformers
- UPS battery banks