Why Use Thermography Reporting In Condition Monitoring

The principle of thermography is temperature profiling of a surface or point. Every object emits certain amount of IR energy and the intensity of this IR radiation is a function of temperature.

In an electromagnetic spectrum the IR region appears between 0.8 micron to 1000 micron wavelength The IR energy
which can directly represent the surface temperature can be detected and quantified by the help of IR scanning system.

Why Use Thermography Reporting In Condition Monitoring 

Thermography is cost-effective and gives you immediate results. It enables you to prevent equipment failures and save hundreds of hours of wasted time in routine testing of components.

And now using TICOR onsite reporting software you can effectively record and capture the temperature data from the thermographic images and generate instant thermal imaging reports onsite after you have completed the inspection.

The easy to use software has been developed a series of knowledge based libraries making it easy to diagnose problem areas onsite.

Thermography is a growing field and has an important role in condition monitoring and predictive and preventative maintenance.

TICOR reporting software can be applied for a wide range of reporting applications to inspect and generate reports onsite in the industrial industry.

Common industrial applications where TICOR reporting is used include:

– Electrical distribution systems to locate loose or deteriorating connections overloads, imbalanced loads, open circuits, defective equipment.

– Mechanical systems to detect excessive friction misalignment, improper lubrication and belt tension.

– Petrochemical refinery to identify missing or damaged refractory within boilers, furnaces and kilns and to monitor process equipment for correct operation