• Brenton Ward
    September 4, 2018 at 1:35 am #537

    The first rule in any health and safety situation is the elimination of risk and heavy Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) should always be the last resort.

    The use of infrared (IR) windows in any thermography program eliminates the risks associated with live inspections by ensuring that thermographers are not exposed to any energized components and can complete the infrared survey with minimum disruption to plant and services in standard workplace PPE.

    By ensuring live IR inspections are completed safely by one operator, you can expect better ROI on IR cameras and reduced risk of premature failure of plant through more frequent inspections.

    With IR Windows

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