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Thermographic Electrical Inspection

Daniels Electric, LLC’s infrared electrical systems inspection is available as part of a regular preventive maintenance program. The thermographic inspection method allows for inspection of a large amount of electrical equipment in a much shorter period of time compared to physical, alternative methods. The infrared electrical survey can locate faulty electrical equipment not generally found during a physical inspection. This can help locate problems before they lead to an unscheduled outage, equipment damage or a fire.

Thermographic inspection, is preventive maintenance conducted while your equipment is in operation. This means that you can be running your equipment and machines on a normal schedule without delays. Any abnormalities that are found during the inspection, can be dealt with in a timely manner, which ultimately saves you money.

Daniels Electric can pinpoint and document hidden problems in all types of electrical and mechanical equipment. We detect hot spots in both mechanical and electrical equipment provided it is viewable and accessible, The benefit of using us to perform a Thermographic inspection is that we are Level I certified in thermal testing and we are licensed Electricians, that means we are qualified and insured to remove all panel boards for the testing. Most independent testing company’s require the customer to have licensed electrician as well as a Level I Thermographic inspector. When you hire Daniels Electric, you get both professionals in one. Another significant benefit is if a loose connection or other quick fix problem is found, we could take care of it then during the inspection while the panel board is open, saving you both time and money.

Here is a short list of some of the things we can look at. The list is, however endless.

AC & DC Drives | Bearings | Breakers | Bus Ducts | Bushings | Capacitors | Contacts | Coolant Flow | Disconnects | Fuses | Generators | Lighting Panels
Main Breakers | Motors | Motor Controllers | Power Panels | Splices | Switchgear | Switches | Transfer | Transformers | UPS Systems

Main Breakers | Motors | Motor Controllers | Power Panels | Splices | Switchgear | Switches | Transfer | Transformers | UPS Systems