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Infrared Inspections could be the first step to less downtime and a more reliable plant.

Today's inexpensive infrared cameras can not take the place of a comprehensive inspection from a qualified professional.  More and more companies are moving their infrared inspections in-house with low resolution equipment in the hands of un-trainined personnel.  I am pround of the companys who have moved their inspections in-house; it is unfortunate that industry "professionals" have not educated these clients as to the limitations of their equipment and the importance of quality training.

How do you decide if in-house inspections are the right course of action for your company? 
  • Do you have experienced testing personnel?
  • Do you understand the differences in equipment on the market?
  • Do you know what features you need to be successful?
  • Do you have a training program in place?
  • Do you have regular turnover in your personnel?
  • Do you have a budget to support continuing education and equipment maintenance?
  • Do you have access to support technologies to confirm your findings?
  • Are you comfortable staking your company's possible future and personnel's safety on a low resolution camera?

How do I decide which infrared company to use?

  • Do they have liability insurance?
  • How long have they been in the infrared business?
  • Are their inspectors (ASNT) Certified?
  • Do they use focal "Plane Array" Cameras?
  • Do you receive a written report with clear images and descriptions?
  • Do you get a reproducible electronic copy of the report?
  • Do they have a list of references for similar work?

Your service provider should not be just the cheapest bid.

Contact us for a no obligation quotation.

We offer all types of infrared inspection services:

Infrared Inspections Categories:

Flat Roof Inspections

Powerlines & Substations

Infrared Mechanical Inspection

Electrical Inspections