Thermographic Surveys New Zealand – Thermography Specialists

When it comes to protecting your assets, using an experienced thermographic survey company that pays attention to detail should be your first choice.

We specialise in infrared thermography… that’s all we do.

We have offshore oil tankers, publically listed NZ companies and overseas clients using our service on a repeat basis, so we are 100% confident you’ll also be satisfied with the results and reporting standards we can deliver your company aswell.

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If you own a company that has multiple electrical switchboards that haven’t had a thermographic survey in the past, then it may be a wise move to have a check up. We are consistantly finding large electrical faults in very important distribution switchboards that could have caused major shutdowns if not picked up early, so don’t wait for it to happen… prevent it instead. In the event of an electrical fire, our thermographic report could make the difference between your insurance company paying out or not!

Click here to read more about our electrical thermography service.

Increase Uptime – Reduce Downtime Using Infrared Thermal Imaging

If you own a company, or are incharge of the maintenance within a company, you should clearly understand that the more time a company is producing a product or providing  service, the more cash flow it brings in. When there’s an interuption to the chain of events that bring in this cash flow, you lose money but maintain the same overheads. In a nutshell, if your power goes out you lose money in wages, and you can also lose product.

No matter if it’s a big company with lots of machinery, or a small company only using a few ovens, the actual cost of an electrical failure can cost hundreds, if not tens of thousands of dollars to a company! Using a regular infrared predictive maintenance program can dramatically reduce the probabilities of a power outage.

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Many company’s have a schedualed downtime, but simple problems that can’t be seen with the human eye (such as loose connections), can usually be identified with a thermal imaging camera when under load and emitting infrared radiation. We suggest getting a thermal imaging scan over all electrical components in your workplace BEFORE the schedualed downtime, that way your service can be completed efficiently, thus reducing the downtime. An efficient service to machinery and electrical means getting up and running faster = more revenue.

Contact us today for a complete scan of all the critical electrical components in your workplace.