Infrared thermography is the process of using a thermal imager to detect radiation (heat) coming from an object, converting it to temperature and displaying an image of the temperature distribution.
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When the right steps are taken, and with a trained professional this does not have to happen. Putting a routine plan in place well ahead of time will provide accurate readings and could potentially save on production loss and ensure safety.
Infrared thermography is a non-invasive process that can detect overheated and overloaded components before they actually break down and cause facility downtime. They are also useful for monitoring high-temperature industrial heaters, boilers, and furnaces.