Save Money with Fluke Thermal Imagers

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Save Money with Fluke Thermal Imagers

  1. 1. Where can thermal imaging save me time and money?Why thermal • Inside electrical distribution and serviceimaging? (switch gear, panels, controls, fuses, transformers, receptacles, lighting,Safety conductors, overhead buss work, andThermal imaging is a non- motor control centers)contact technology usedto help identify potential • Motors, pumps and mechanical (electricelectrical, mechanical, or motors and generators, pumps, compressors,process problems from a safe evaporators, bearings, couplings, gearboxes,distance. This means you gaskets/seals, belts, rollers, and disconnects)can scan moving, elevated, • Process (tanks and vessels, pipes, valves and Tank level too low.and high temperature traps, reactors, and process insulation)surfaces without needing • HVAC/R (air conditioning, heating, airto get too close. handlers, and refrigeration)Productivity • Outside electrical distribution forWhether you work in an utilities (transformers, bushings, insulators,industrial or commercial transmission lines, other exterior conductors,facility, you can quickly service connections, disconnects, andscan large surface areas capacitor banks)for temperature differences Visit www.fluke.com/tistories for a library ofthat often indicate that a thermal imaging case studies and applicationproblem exists or a failure notes. Abnormal or uneven heating on motor.could be imminent.ProfitabilityTurn to thermal imagingto drive improvements toyour bottom line. Use itto reduce energy usageor to help keep your missioncritical equipment running. Overheating bearing cap. Industrial, mechanical, electro- mechanical and general building Industrial maintenance. Industrial Three-phase switchgear Industrial load imbalance or single-phasing. Process, refractory insulation, tank and vessel levels, steam systems and traps, pipes and valves, etc. Process Process Process Electrical, unbalanced loads, overloaded systems, wiring mistakes-or component failure, etc. Electrical Electrical Electrical2 Green

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