Choosing IOPower will ensure full compliance with the requirements of the inspection, whilst realising the full benefits of electrical thermography.

Regardless of whether the facility is a small office block or an offshore oil and gas platform, IOPower only use high specification thermal imaging cameras and analysis software. When combined with our survey approach and excellent staff, you can be assured our service will fully meet your expectations.

If you are interested in having an electrical thermal imaging survey, IOPower can provide an ESTIMATE PRICE within an hour via email.

By entering details such as company name, post code and estimated number of assets or days on site, you can apply for an estimate price so you know straight away whether our electrical SURVEYS are the right price for you.

Why thermography on electrical systems?

Electrical thermal imaging is the most established application for thermography. Electrical thermography is useful as there is no other preventive maintenance technology or technique that can identify defects such as poor connections, over loaded cables and faulty electrical equipment as safely and as quickly, whilst causing no interruption to the normal operation of your business.

Thermographic Survey Approach and Reporting Structure

Our survey approach has been tailored over many years to ensure thermographic inspections are carried out safely and non-intrusively, causing no disruption to business operations whilst providing a full audit trail of the health of the equipment that has been inspected.

Working with insurance companies, safety risk assessors and Engineering Maintenance Managers, our thermographic survey reports have been developed to satisfy strict standards ensuring that expectations from the thermographic inspection and survey report are fully met.

Thermographic Survey reports are structured as follows:

  1. Introduction/Report Summary – This provides detail on the survey carried out together a top level summary of the overall findings.
  2. Main Body Report Pages – Where faults/anomalies are identified, an individual report page is produced providing a description of the fault, its severity and recommended remedial action.
  3. Appendices – These pages provide a checklist and images of every asset inspected during the survey. This provides an auditable record of what was inspected, together with equipment health at the time of the survey.

Please contact us if you require a sample report.