Jace electrical services provides electrical thermal imaging inspections for a wide range of customers – domestic, commercial and industrial. Thermal imaging is a non-invasive, non-contact procedure that is designed to detect potential electrical faults and identify any switchboard hazards early, before a potentially costly or even dangerous failure. It is best carried out when the switchboard is operating under normal conditions.
Thermal imaging (or thermography) is the use of an infrared imaging and measurement camera to detect and measure the thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal (or infrared energy) is light that is not visible to the naked eye and is part of the electromagnetic spectrum that we perceive as heat. Our infrared cameras produce interpretable images of invisible heat radiation, and offer precise non-contact measurement capabilities.
Nearly any piece of electrical equipment will get increasingly hot before it fails – a fact that makes thermal imaging with infrared cameras an extremely cost-effective and valuable diagnostic tool in electrical work, with a wide-ranging and diverse number of applications.
Both domestic and commercial customers can benefit from electrical diagnostics performed with thermal imaging. Our comprehensive colour reports are often required by:
Electrical thermal imaging inspections can be used:
At Jace electrical services we have a trained thermographer with 11 years’ experience in the service industry and we are able to use our knowledge of how systems work to give a comprehensive full color report provided to you on the health of your installation.
We can pinpoint any problem areas that may need attention, before any issue actually arises from faulty or overheating components.
We use testo 882 thermal imaging tool built in Germany leaders in thermal imaging.
These images show hotspots in an undertile element note the laser point on the photo representing the exact spot for easy marking
These images show an overheating contactor and an overloaded wiring circuit
These images show unbalanced 3 phase loading and defective circuit