Electrical Infrared Services

Electrical Infrared Survey to Monitor Electrical SystemsElectrical Safety Specialists offers infrared surveys in order to ensure that you have a functional monitoring program and meet applicable insurance requirements.

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70B §11.17.5 suggests that every commercial and industrial building in the United States should have an IR survey at least once a year.

Electrical systems require periodic scanning to ensure optimum efficiency. The experience of the technician is very important. Understanding how the electrical equipment should properly operate as well as having the background to effectively troubleshoot electrical equipment is paramount. Not only our technicians experienced in the field of Thermography, they also have years’ experience in the field as electricians.

Electrical Infrared Surveys Check Electrical Distribution EquipmentElectrical Monitoring Program

Advantages of having an effective electrical monitoring program.

  • Reduce Injuries and Save Lives
  • Prevent Catastrophic Failures
  • Lower Repair Costs
  • Increase profits
  • Reduction in Downtime
  • Electricians are experienced in Thermography to Ensure Electrical Safety. Increase Equipment Life Expectancy
  • Lessen Liabilities
  • Electric Codes Compliance
  • Insurance Savings

Whether your company is interested in quarterly, annually, or one time electrical infrared inspections; Electrical Safety Specialists can provide you with the expertise needed to establish an effective Electrical IR Program.

Electrical Distribution Equipment

What Electrical Distribution Equipment Should Be Checked?

  • Utility substations, transformers and feed poles
  • Main incoming services, plant main knives
  • Capacitor banks
  • Main switchboards and disconnects
  • Main distribution panels and main disconnects
  • Uninterruptible power supplies
  • Generator controls and transfer switches
  • Main I-Line panels
  • Lighting and receptacle panels
  • Disconnects and combination starters
  • Service disconnects for motors
  • Machine control panels