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Providing Mechanical Infrared Inspections to prevent component failure

Saving you time and money with Mechanical Infrared Surveys.

Motor Mechanical Infrared Inspection

Excess heat means excess friction. Before a mechanical component fails, it heats up. Infrared thermography (IRt) is used to perform mechanical infrared inspections. Documenting and providing a visual representation of this excess heat so maintenance personnel can plan, schedule and correct the problem before the component fails, eliminating ancillary damage, personnel/safety hazards or production downtime.

Trending electrical motor temperatures during normal operation is the key to this type of service. Once a baseline has been established the interval of inspections can be easily adjusted to suit individual failure modes and actual equipment utilization. Download the MechaniScan Motor Trending Spreadsheet.

Why use MechaniSCAN™ Mechanical Infrared Testing services?

Our team brings all the components, procedures and experience to make us the state-of-the-IRt™ in the field of mechanical infrared thermography.

Experience

MechaniSCAN™ thermographers have performed mechanical infrared surveys on numerous mechanical devices of sizes and shapes. Our collection and analysis techniques have been refined over the past two decades so we don’t over or under-report problems. Our experience adds instant value to your maintenance organization.

Start-of-the-Art Equipment

We utilize the highest resolution thermal imaging systems available to ensure the analysis of your production equipment is not limited by corporate purchasing limitations on expensive diagnostic tools. There are limitations to the physics of what can be seen but we are NEVER limited by the equipment available for your project.

Documentation and Reports

Our deliverable is time proven and still makes use of cutting edge technologies to allow for inclusion of our reports into your CMMS system.

Our digital report consists of:

  • Data log (A list of items inspected)
  • Thermographic reports of anomalies
  • Summary of findings & recap and repair guides
  • Online directory of all project files
    1. All written/photographic information of the survey
    2. Ability to document repair work as it is completed
    3. Digital video of surveyed items