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Infrared Thermography

As part of preventative maintenance, Infrared Thermography can provide critical information in detecting temperatures of electrical components into categories such as healthy, deteriorating, or most importantly, potentially dangerous levels.  Article 130 of NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, provides further details on safety related work and maintenance practices to help reduce exposure to electrical hazards in the workplace.  

Carolina Precision Switchgear offers Infrared Thermography services which includes a complete inspection of electrical equipment - visible light and infrared images, a complete report of findings as well as recommendations to help you make decisions about your electrical equipment that might become a risk or hazard in your workplace.

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