Thermoscan is a leading thermal imaging and preventative maintenance provider.
We use highly trained technicians and state of the art Flir infrared equipment to capture and interpret thermal images (or thermograms). A thermal inspection from Thermoscan provides instant results in the form of feedback from our trained professionals. Furthermore, they will produce a report detailing crucial diagnostics of your specified electrical assets. Regular thermographic inspections of your electrical assets allow us to isolate and remedy electrical faults before their failure becomes a costly concern for your business.
Part of the Thermoscan value added service is that we report on defects in the physical condition of your assets. For example: if a switchboard door is missing, if there is some kind of foreign material such as a piece of cardboard, pole fillers or handles missing or even if there are dead animals present. This risk cannot be overstated – recently the Tepco Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan was widely reported in international news after suffering a power failure due to a rodent in a switchboard. Thermoscan inspections provide an extra pair of critical eyes to make sure you are informed of any additional risks.
We operate according to stringent quality ISO 9001 and safety AS/NZS 4801 standards. Many insurers are now making thermographic inspections a condition of cover. For those insurers who don’t, our reports give you evidence of condition to help you drive down your insurance premiums. This can illustrate your proactive efforts to reduce risk. The reports also guide your own maintenance team or chosen contractors in their repairs by providing them with accurate diagnostics relating to faults.
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At Thermoscan, our field technicians (who are all qualified and licenced electricians and are trained to either Level 1 or Level 2 I.T.C. thermography standard) will work with you to identify minor and major faults before they turn into costly failures.
Our inspection services are delivered with no intrusion to your business and to provide the best results possible, your electrical assets should be under heavy load. Thermal imaging is non-contact and non-invasive – nothing has to be switched off. Our goal is to keep things ‘Business As Usual’.
Our technician attends your site to conduct a thermographic inspection at a time that’s agreeable to you with no disruption to your business. During the inspection, any urgent high priority faults are identified and notified to you or your representative on site. Following the inspection, we prepare and submit our report promptly.
Having been part of the industry since 1980, Thermoscan has become an essential source of condition monitoring and thermal imaging across Australia and the Pacific Islands. Our thermal imaging services provide a compelling Return on Investment (R.O.I.) driven by three elements:
The cost of an inspection and report is a fraction of the cost of a failure. Any incident which causes failure will incur additional costs in terms of consequential loss and possibly injury or loss of life.
Regular inspections provide insurance underwriters with a better insight into your true fire risk which often results in improved insurance coverage and lower premiums.
We offer a thermographic inspection, but we also report the physical problems that pose additional risk to electrical safety and O.H. & S.
Thermoscan operates to internationally recognised standards and uses proven techniques during the inspection and assessment process. The preventative maintenance services we can offer include: electrical and mechanical condition monitoring, power factor correction unit testing and thermal imaging. Our training regime follows the Infrared Training Centre (I.T.C.) syllabus which is internationally recognised.
Thermoscan® field operators are qualified electricians who will work with you to identify minor faults before they turn into costly failures.
Our objective is to help you save money, avoid downtime and avoid catastrophe.
- Protection of life and property
- Prevention of electrical fires
- Prevention of critical equipment failure
- Protection of critical equipment and facilities