Thermography of electrical systems
The thermography (or thermographic analysis) of electrical systems is an instrumental, non-invasive analysis based on the collection of infrared images to verify the temperature present in all points of a system without the need for contact with the system itself.
Through thermography, the temperatures of the panels and of all the components, such as switches, connectors, transformers, terminals, cables, are photographed and detected. The state of conservation of the materials is assessed, based on the temperatures found, and consequently the actual efficiency of the electrical system.
The DF PROJECT Studio is able to carry out level 2 thermographic analyses through the use of a thermal imaging camera.
UNI EN ISO 9712 level 2 qualification course
The course allows you to obtain the UNI EN ISO 9712 level 2 qualification
UNI EN ISO 9712 level 2 qualification
Useful to: carry out thermographic investigations in buildings according to the UNI EN 13187 standards, in the legal field, and to carry out thermographic investigations on electrical systems in the insurance sector as well as to obtain the INAIL OT 23 relief and, finally, to obtain valid thermographic investigations in the photovoltaic field according to the IEC 62446-3 standards
Why should you carry out the thermographic analysis of the company's electrical system?
To monitor the reliability and safety of the system, thus avoiding production downtime and the risk of fires
To access the reduction of the INAIL Award, by completing the OT24 FORM, where the thermographic inspections of the electrical systems must be attached. The savings can affect up to 30% depending on the size of the company
To comply with safety regulations, to which every company is required to respond