Infrared Thermography

Infrared Thermography is science of using electronic optical devices to detect and measure radiation and correlating that to surface temperature. Thermal imagers can convert infrared radiation being emitted from the body into electric signals and thus present them visually. The various advantages of Infrared Thermography are as below: 

  • It is of great significance in preventive service and maintenance, building condition, Production Monitoring, technical diagnostics etc.
  • A thermal imager makes anomalies visible, thus making an exact search for errors or fault possible.
  • It checks materials and components completely without any damage and exposes problems before malfunction can occur.


Scope of work
During Infrared Thermography study, the areas in which thermal anomaly will be identified. These areas will be categorized as Minor, Intermediate, Serious and Critical (depending upon the temperature) for corrective action. Following areas will be covered during study:

Electrical Distribution System

  • Review of present condition of electrical distribution system like transformers, Distribution Boards and various load ends etc. 
    HVAC System
  • Inspection of Insulation condition.
  • Identification of areas responsible for heat gain or conditioned air leakages.

Thermal Utilities

  • Insulation condition of various utilizes such as Boilers, Thermopac, Furnaces, Water Heaters and Ovens etc.
  • Identification of areas for heat loss through doors and openings etc.

Steam Distribution System

  • Insulation condition of piping.
  • Operating condition of Steam traps.


  • Running condition of motors.
  • Motor Alignments

Lighting System

  • Present condition of the light fixture.


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