In short, thermal imaging is a non-intrusive, no-contact method of detecting electrical faults that are hidden to the naked eye.

Thermal imaging can be used as a fault-finding measure in a failed system or machine, or as preventative maintenance, as it can indicate faults that you may be completely unaware of.

Thermal imaging can detect a range of problems such as loose connections and the poor working of a motor. Dirt in a system can also cause components to overheat, risking power failure or even an electrical fire. If machinery has been incorrectly installed – or the wrong machinery is being used – thermal imaging can detect any overheating that could lead to machine failure.