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Thermographic Tesing

  
 

Overview

Infrared thermography is a non-contact, non-destructive test that captures radiation signals from components being tested and produces a thermal image. Using this technology, our Thermographers can analyze the severity of the failing component and determine a suitable course of action by utilizing NETA standards, as well as our own field experience.

While our Thermographers are conducting their survey, a video image and a thermograph (infrared image) can be generated when a suspected problem is located. A detailed report of the survey is generated upon completion, that identifies suspected problems and/or future possible failures. The report contains thermographs and narrative text that describes the problems and the recommended solutions.

Western Utilities has a variety of testing equipment from portable units, to mobile infrared vans. Infrared technology can be used for indoor applications, as well as to conduct large surveys on outdoor equipment, overhead transmission lines, and distribution lines.

We recommend that a thermographic survey be performed after any repair work, and/or annually as to prevent unexpected, and costly shutdowns due to equipment failure.

 Our field Thermographers are factory certified in electrical testing and repair of most power and distribution equipment, which benefits those customers who may need technical assistance on the spot, or when performing repair actions.
 
 
 

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