Regular infrared inspections can help you keep key systems running safely and efficiently.

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Regular infrared inspections can help keep systems running safely, efficiently

Infrared cameras are ideal for finding apparent temperature differences between components or materials that can point to a potential problem. Whether you’re looking for hot or cold spots or the apparent surface temperature of a component or target area, using infrared cameras with advanced focus systems, IR-Fusion technology, color alarms, and user-defined spot markers help you find problems fast.

Electrical Systems
Infrared cameras can capture thermal information without touching the target, making them a good choice for inspecting the integrity of electrical systems from a safe distance to diagnose:

Electromechanical systems
The non-contact temperature measurement capability of Fluke infrared cameras also makes them invaluable for inspecting motors, pumps, turbines, heat exchangers, gear boxes, and low-speed rotating equipment to find:

Process operations
Applications such as petroleum and chemical processing, or cement, plastic or steel manufacturing that involve extreme temperatures and potentially hazardous conditions can all benefit from the level of detail provided by high resolution infrared images which you can capture from a safe distance. You can capture even more detail from a further distance in hot or dangerous environments by adding a 2x or 4x telephoto lens. Using a Fluke infrared camera to inspect refractory structures, tanks, vessels, steam systems, and heaters and furnaces, can help you find:

Building diagnostics
Thermal imaging has long been used for both residential and commercial building inspections to detect and diagnose:

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