Participants will be taken through the benefits (particularly in terms of reduced downtime and consequent cost savings), how to identify potential problems more effectively, how to determine the best troubleshooting strategy, how to be more productive through implementation of that strategy, and how to report the results. The Webinar uses many images captured in the workplace and explains how to interpret those images and what is going wrong to cause them.
Thermal imaging is a non-contact technique that can be applied to many types of equipment and conditions, is applied without disturbing production, and is quick at scanning large areas to identify specific problems before failure. Being non-contact, it can be used for moving, very hot and difficult to reach objects: thus the technique greatly increases safety in electrical, electromechanical, heating and cooling and other general industrial maintenance applications. Following a regular routing pattern, which can be set up on a Fluke Ti20, comparisons with previous images can greatly enhance that success. The Fluke Ti20 also comes with easy-to-use analysis and reporting software.