Thermal imaging now part of regular electrical maintenance
With all of our electricians currently (or soon to be) qualified thermographers, we have invested a considerable amount into upskilling our team. We have also upgraded our reporting software to provide our customers with a service that ensures regular electrical maintenance reporting is more concise and accurate.
“Where we used to do a visual check on distribution boards, now by using thermal imaging we can look a lot deeper, we can see straight away if there is a current imbalance of the power being used and if needed we can re-distribute your power evenly, this will result in a reduction of your power bill,” says Blair Urlich, Operations Manager.
What sets Replacement Lamp Services apart from other thermal imaging companies is that our thermographers are also qualified electricians. “Thermography is not just a point and shoot process, you need to know how to interpret the images and use experience and expertise to be able to fix issues highlighted,” he says.
The red triangle shows the hottest point in the distribution board. This is one of ten readings available on this particular camera
It’s a completely different picture inspecting the distribution board using a thermal imaging camera