Commercial and Industrial Infrared Inspections throughout the U.S.
Conducting Annual Infrared Safety Inspections of Electrical Equipment identify excess heat on electrical apparatus and predictively identifies electrical issues such as loose connections, faulty fuses, defective breakers, damaged switches, overloaded or imbalanced circuits and a myriad of other problematic electrical conditions…read more
More efficient and more effective than any other non-destructive or destructive maintenance testing procedure, infrared scanning by a certified thermographer detects moisture and identifies where it has become entrained (drawn into and transportable) within a roof system long before it breaks through and drips off a ceiling or wall onto occupants below…read more
Infrared Inspections of roof or ground mounted photovoltaic solar electric generation systems identify defective solar panels, loose combiner box wire connections, faulty fuses, defective breakers, damaged switches, overloaded or imbalanced circuits and a myriad of other problematic electrical conditions…read more
Only thermal imaging gives precise visualization of temperature differences due to air infiltration (cold or warm air coming in), air exfiltration (warm or cool air escaping), missing insulation and moisture damage, which cannot be seen with the human eye…read more
Using Infrared thermograpy can greatly improve your diagnostic of HVAC systems. Performance and longevity are effected by excessive heat due to fatigued bearings, motors, compressors, fans, pumps, and humidifiers etc. Thermal imaging in some cases is helpful in detecting leaks in supply and return ducts which otherwise my go undetected.
An Infrared Inspection can save building owners thousands of dollars by pinpointing problem areas before they are visible and more costly to repair. Moisture within walls, insulation or other building material may indicate leaking pipes, condensation issues or other problems leading to corrosion, mold, and mildew. Proactive routine Infrared Inspections are a tremendous Predictive, Cost-Savings tool.
Temperature variations found during an Infrared Inspection will identify even the smallest of problems, subsequently averting unscheduled down time or catastrophic damage to mechanical components and machinery. The Inspection Report and knowledgeable experience of our Thermographer helps businesses develop, implement and maintain a cost-effective Predictive, Preventive, and Proactive maintenance program.
Regularly scheduled Thermal Inspections of your Data Centers conducted by professionally certified and experienced thermographers ensure that potential & immediate problem areas are identified for corrective action planning and execution prior to unexpected (and definitely unwanted) downtime is caused by a system failure…read more
Infrared Imaging should be an integral part ALL Maintenance Inspections. No other technology provides maintenance personnel, facilities managers, engineers, electricians and contractors with so much valuable data immediately for consideration, reaction, correction, and proactive planning. IR inspections are outstanding components of every Preventive/Predictive Maintenance program.
Monroe Infrared offers an economical, proactive and non destructive support solution. For a fraction of the cost of system failure, Monroe Infrared provides professional Infrared Inspections to Commercial, Industrial, Property Management, Facility Engineers and other businesses nationwide with little if any disruption of everyday operations.
Monroe Infrared has been conducting professional commercial and industrial IR inspections throughout the Northeast, Southeast and Central U.S. for over 30 years. With the addition of West Coast coverage in 2015, we can meet any national company’s infrared needs.
Talk to us about your property or building management situation. IR inspections are affordable, provide critical information proactively to keep equipment and systems running safely and smoothly. IR Inspections identify issues early, such as moisture intrusion in roofs, so they can be addressed, often while still under warranty.
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