THERMOGRAPHY

Large-scale engineering projects often require Optimization Analysis. As part of our commitment to socially-responsible engineering, we provide this service for all clients who require it. Our team is flexible and takes all environmental considerations into account to minimize environmental damage.

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Thermographic Scanning

It’s often the case that the best way to deal with problems is to cut them off as early as possible through early detection methods. While we can’t predict the future entirely, we do have methods for finding early indicators where problems may arise later on. Thermographic scanning is one of the best methods of preventative maintenance you can do for your equipment because it can show us the smallest signs of a potential issue that could grow into something worse. 

Whether you need it for an electrical system or a mechanical manufacturing system, thermographic scanning is your most reliable option for finding faults that you can address early on—as well as finding places where you can improve your system better than it was before. 

System failures or breakdowns can be extremely costly, often far more so than the cost of an early thermographic inspection. Trusting in thermography early in the process can protect your system from catastrophic breakdowns, preventing even more costly repairs and further reducing costs caused by downtime as you wait for those repairs. 

Here at Illinois Electric Works, our team of experts uses state-of-the-art thermographic scanning technology to inspect your equipment, from the largest coupling to the smallest bolt. By interpreting the scan data, we can find areas of weakness that need to be brought back into working order to protect your equipment as well as offer suggestions on where your system can improve and become even more efficient. 

No matter if you’re just getting started or you need to inspect a system that’s been running for years, Illinois Electric Works can help you improve these systems through thermographic scanning. We work to save you time and money in the long run.