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Danfoss Heat Pumps UK, a leading heat pump manufacturer, needed a heat loss analysis to compare the performance of two air source heat pump designs. This thermography survey was carried out in February 2011 and the report provided evidence of comparative operational efficiencies for use in training and promotion of a new, higher efficient design.
"I have received the CD with your report today, and would just like to say many thanks indeed for your hard work in producing this for us. I am confident we can find many training, marketing, and sales uses for the information." Regards, Stephen Bancroft, Technical Support Advisor.
Our thermography surveys allow operating conditions and mechanical fatigue to be analysed during production. Overheating, misalignment, liquid levels and temperature readings can all be made accurately and quickly with a thermal inspection.
The condition of pipe, tube and valve insulation can be easily analysed using thermal imaging. All types of leakage, blocked pipes and faulty insulation will clearly show up without having to check each pipe individually.
In addition, a thermography survey can assess the feasibility of heat recovery from a process. We can then help you realise the potential for any energy savings.
The thermal image or thermogram, shows the interior apparent temperature of a paint curing oven whilst in operation. This type of process infrared thermographic survey can determine operating tempertures and indicates whether a process is using more energy than necessary.
For a FREE example infrared thermography report of industrial applications, please contact us.
Thermal imaging allows you to measure the temperature of any object without making contact. Through scanning electrical components, wires and multiple connections our thermal surveys can highlight problem areas and provide an instant picture of electrical systems. Real time information ensures safe and efficient maintenance can be planned for low and high voltage installations.
The image to the left shows an overheating contactor, using a digital and thermal image combined.