Our Licensed Electricians use Thermal Imaging to catch problematic areas in your building’s Electrical performance that are not visible to the naked eye. We detect Electrical issues before they get out of hand, in turn cutting down potential damage costs to your operation. KVA Thermal Imaging services across Toronto are the best non-invasive and non-interruptive means to your home or business with no loss in productivity.
As a property manager or owner, the safety of your tenants, family, and/or employees is of top priority, as is avoiding unnecessary costs stemming from preventable situations. We use thermal technology to detect and solve possibly hazardous electrical issues before they materialize. Our KVA Licensed Electricians offer thermal imaging services in Toronto and across the GTA.
You’ll receive a complete diagnostic that offers a comprehensive look at electrical issues lurking behind walls and within service panels. This allows our certified team to put together an assessment detailing our next steps and recommendations. We’ll give you peace of mind, knowing that any possible threats can be neutralized with simple and cost effective solutions.
Here are some of the issues Thermal Imaging Services in Toronto can reveal:
While keeping the above points in mind, consider the accuracy of thermal imaging scanners. Thermal imaging scanners use temperature fluctuations not visible to the human eye. When a fuse overheats, it emits heat, not light, so we can’t see it. However, that doesn’t mean the problem doesn’t exist. Instead of waiting for the fuse to become completely faulty, or blow, we’re able to rectify the issue before it becomes one.
Our Thermal Imaging Services will save images of the inspection, therefore keeping the issue well documented for repair. This technology is very helpful in electrical preventative maintenance, and aids businesses to continue to run smoothly as repairs happen in real time.
Frequently Asked Questions regarding our Thermal Imaging Services in Toronto:
Infrared Electrical Inspection is another term used for Thermal Imaging. It will detect electrical issues by using heat indicators to determine any faulty wiring, fuses, and others.
A breakdown of the assessment done by our Thermal Imaging Expert. It provides both a standard image and a thermal image of an object. Both pictures allow us to identify exactly where the heat is being generated.