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Thermographic Surveys

Building and Insulation Surveys

Buildings & Insulation Thermal Surveys

In the building industry, thermography may be applied to many facets of building performance and services, including an effective method of quality control. Using the latest infrared technology thermal infrared inspections is a cost effective means of insuring that the thermal envelope and building integrity performs to the specifications of the construction contract before commissioning. Whether you are looking at existing buildings or signing off newly built estates, thermal imaging can reveal whether your insulation is performing to the required standards.

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Electrical Thermal Inspections

Electrical Thermal Surveys

An electrical thermographic survey is easy, quick and above all else is non disruptive.

Why do businesses need thermography?

Abnormal heating associated with high resistance or excessive current flow causes many problems in electrical systems. Infrared thermography allows us to see these invisible thermal patterns before failure occurs. The primary uses of thermography are to locate the thermal signatures of these problems from among the thousands of potential problems within a control room, process facility or building environment.

How does Marden thermographic work?

Once a problem is detected using thermal imaging, other methods as well as experience and common sense are used to better understand the problem and its seriousness. This information can be useful in determining the cause or severity of the problem.

Preventative maintenance

Infrared thermography is an effective maintenance tool in electrical departments. All electrical disciplines can benefit from thermographic inspection. A properly instituted electrical inspection program will guard against most unscheduled outages and will indicate: Blocked or restricted cooling tubes in transformers. Phase imbalances, tracking & inductive heating. Hot spots in substations, bushings & breakers. Overloads in power and lighting panels.

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 Use thermal imaging to pinpoint any weak connections that can lead to costly breakdowns and potential fire risks. 

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We can help you highlight incorrect cable sizes
and faulty insulation

 

 

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Thermographic Surveys

Thermographic Surveys

Marden Thermographic’s team of engineers are experts in the use of Infrared Thermography. Our Thermographic consultants are able to identify potential faults on Electrical and Mechanical systems, and Building Insulation. Once the survey is completed a professional report is produced to form part of your planned maintenance programme . This can be shown to your insurers and parent companies. Thermal imaging surveys are non-intrusive and can also be used on Kilns, Cold Stores, Blast Freezers, Underfloor Pipes, Chilled Ceilings, Steam Line Systems and many types of Research and Development. 

 

 

 

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Mechanical Thermal Surveys

Mechanical Thermal Surveys

In all plants there is a diverse collection of machinery that can be successfully inspected using thermal infrared thermography. Temperature is the most widely used indicator for determining whether motors, boilers, bearings and all other types of operating equipment are functioning properly. When mechanical equipment begins to fail there will usually be a rise in the temperature of the equipment as compared to the temperature of a properly operating system. A temperature that is too high or too low from baseline indicators is usually a precursor to many significant problems, problems that infrared thermography can detect quickly and accurately. Saving work hours and preventing down time with minimal interference to ongoing operations. Monitoring your equipment's operating temperature is a critical component of a well-planned predictive and preventive maintenance program. The payback for maintaining your equipment at peak efficiency is extended life of your physical asserts and continual turnover of product and revenue. Having thermal infrared inspections as an integral part of your facility maintenance program can make certain the detection of:

• Excessive heat from generators & compressor manifolds.

• Monitor overheating bearings & rotating equipment.

• Find flaws & blockages in hydraulic systems & heat exchangers.

• Identify flaws & blockages in water-cooled systems.

• Spot malfunctioning steam traps.

• Locate the effects from out-of-alignment drive couplings, and over heating motor bearings.

• Detect fans, pumps & drive overloads.

A mechanical thermographic survey is easy, quick and above all else is non disruptive. For a free, no obligation quotation for a survey on your premises please go to our contact page or call us on 01777 817536. 

 

 

 

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Infrared surveys will help determine the running temperatures of mechanical components.

 

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Large mechanical motors can be scanned and temperatures recorded to monitor the condition of the engine.

 

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