With an Infrared camera we can capture thermal images without making direct contact with equipment. That means we can capture thermal information from operating equipment at a safe distance and have a better chance of seeing temperature anomalies under normal operating conditions. Most popular infrared cameras (also known as thermal image-rs) capture radiometric thermal images that contain apparent temperature measurements for each pixel within the image. With that capability, we can identify an anomaly and then drill down to calculate the apparent temperatures of the points in question.
The use of thermographic IR cameras has revolutionized predictive maintenance inspection programs for virtually all types of industries. Infrared thermography camera obtains target temperature information and presents as high quality thermal image, which is especially effective and accurate in diagnosis of buildings and facilities, electrical facility and mechanical equipment. KOSHA supplies infrared Thermal Cameras for condition monitoring purposes.