THERMOGRAPHY 

The use of infrared radiation has grown considerably over the past few years. Current interest

and application has evolved its use to include thermography. To face the increased demand,
E.A Nunn Consuting Ltd has expanded its team to include infrared thermal imaging for
electrical implementation and visual detection of various gases.

What is Infared?

Infrared radiation is a form of light with a relatively long wavelength. The primary source of infrared radiation is heat or thermal energy. Any object that has a temperature above absolute zero (-273.15 degrees Celsius or 0 Kelvin) emits radiation. Even objects that we think of as being very cold, such as ice cubes, emit infrared radiation.

Our Thermal Imaging Services:

~ Gather information to be used as an initial reference for future evaluations.

~ Cover a wide range of real time data in a non invasive punctual manner.

~ Reliably scan to visualize the temperature distribution of entire surfaces of machinery and

electrical equipment, without any physical contact.

~ Provide clients with precise monitoring of motors, pumps, high voltage and low voltage

systems, insulation losses, high temperature equipment and gas leakage.

~ Detect anomalies that are invisible to the naked eye. This enables corrective action to be

taken, eliminating any unforeseen breakdown.

~ Allow for predictable down time, controlled budgets and organized maintenance scheduling.

~ Offer a thorough confidential report. The information clients receive is unbiased and evaluated, specialized from our team of ITC certified technicians.

 

What is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging is the use of a camera capable of capturing the intensity of infrared radiation outside of the visible light spectrum. The infrared (IR) camera converts infrared radiation to a visible image.

“One of the many benefits seen throughout history, when proactively troubleshooting, is a

minimum of ten times reduction in the cost of operations & maintenance.”

F. Wood

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