Thermal Imaging Safety Survey

A thermal imaging survey involves recording thermal images of electrical distribution equipment including fuse boards, distribution boards, circuit breakers, switchboards, control panels etc.

Images are analysed to identify thermal problems which have the potential to cause a fire or equipment failure and damage to property. As the surveys are non-intrusive there will be no disturbance to your property and the process will highlight any areas where the insulation of wiring has degraded through heat, age, contamination and damage. Thermal imaging devices can accurately read the infrared energy emitted by an object and create a visible image of the object’s surface temperature. Over-heating, hot or loose connectors show up intensely on these thermal pictures, especially in comparison to cooler, tight connections. A report is generated that identifies all of the equipment surveyed together with detail of any faults found which our trained staff will thoroughly explain to you. If remedial work is required and as we are a one-stop solution, we can rapidly correct any faults and guarantee that your premises are in full compliance with the latest legislation.

At Coles Electrical we use FLIR advanced thermal imaging cameras and analysis software, accepted by all Insurance companies requesting this type of inspection. With a thermal imaging camera our highly skilled engineers can examine your electrical system and even predict when any maintenance is required, preventing potential faults from disrupting day-to-day activities.
The surveys are non-intrusive enabling the completion of inspections without interrupting your business operations and we will always work to your timetable and to your convenience. We always aim to build up strong and trusting relationships with each one of our clients, no matter how big or how small and by using the latest prevention techniques and equipment we can ensure that your premises are always safe and that, in the long run, you can save money, disruption and time.