What is Thermal Imaging?
Thermal Imaging detects equipment faults not visible to the naked eye – often before they become dangerous and costly.
Think of thermography as a forensic tool that protects your building and equipment. Businesses depend on Thermoscan to help them:
- Identify moisture in exterior walls and on and around roofs to protect the structural integrity of the premises
- Find leaks in window and door seals to reduce heating and cooling costs
- Highlight circuit board ‘hotspots’ to proactively eliminate downtime and disruptions
In short, adding thermal imaging to your critical maintenance tasks and ensures your safety and efficiency.
Every business should include thermal imaging as part of their maintenance prevention plan. In fact, many insurance companies require it.
Why Choose Thermoscan?
At Thermoscan, we focus entirely on analysing your building and equipment. If we find any issues, you can use your preferred tradespeople or we can recommend suppliers to help you resolve the issue quickly. Because we are dedicated to the analysis component of thermal imaging, we don’t have the conflict of interest of fixing faults we find. Which means you get unbiased, professional advice – with no hidden agenda – of finding faults that need our professional attention.
Our team of Melbourne-based thermographers are highly trained electricians with Level 1 or 2 thermography qualifications. You know you’re working with a professional who has your best interests front and centre. There are a number of reasons why businesses choose to work with us. Here are just a few examples why a commercial property owner or building manager might engage our services:
- There are in the process of creating or reviewing their maintenance prevention plan and want to meet industry best-practices for the safety of their staff
- Their current or prospective insurance policy requires thermal imaging scans
- A severe disruption or ‘near miss’ has highlighted the cost and time benefit of proactive maintenance over reactive firefighting
Thermoscan is a professional company serving commercial properties only – we don’t offer residential or domestic services.
We’re focused on what businesses need – and in some cases what you’re required by your insurance company to provide. Our team of industry qualified electricians and thermographers responds quickly and provides accurate scan reports for most thermal imaging applications. We’re ISO Safety & Quality Certified and 100% independent, unlike some electrical contractors who invent “phantom” faults… so they charge to fix them!
Thermal imaging is our specialty – it’s what we do. You don’t want to leave a critical prevention task to the ‘one man shop’. Lots of building inspectors have added thermal imaging to their bag of tricks.
Nothing wrong with that unless you end up hiring one whose strategy is to find faults they can then ‘fix’. We’ve seen this done time and time again and so have some of our clients – they weren’t happy about it.
Our “Fast-Quote, Fast-Report” service gets you what you need – right away. We will provide a quote within 24 hours and a detailed report within 24 hours of scanning.
When you need professional grade service you can rely on, Thermoscan is the company you call. Don’t take our word for it, see what clients across the nation have to say:
“Airmaster currently uses Thermoscan Inspection Services on many of our major client’s sites nationwide. Their knowledge in the specialist area of thermal imaging has proven to be an essential predictive maintenance tool, often preventing minor electrical faults developing into major failures, potentially averting critical breakdowns. Their professionalism as a company makes them easy to deal with, from scheduling the site scan, to receiving the results and recommendations in the form of a concise and informative written report.”
“Lend Lease iPower Solutions recently worked closely with Thermoscan® Inspection Services to provide a solution for installing FLIR Infrared Windows into 10 x Low Voltage switchboards for the Wiggins Island Project in 2013. Not only did Thermoscan provide the FLIR Infrared Windows for the electrical switchboards, they also worked tirelessly in designing a perforated Perspex panel to be installed within the electrical cabinets to maintain the IP ratings required within the panels. They certainly used their expertise to provide “value” and went over and above the initial supply requirement of the IR Windows.”