Does electrical thermography need to be carried out by electricians? Part 2

April 9, 2018By Bob BerryElectrical Thermography

In a previous post I dealt with the issue of non-electrical people carrying out thermography. There is also an issue with electrically qualified people without any knowledge of thermography carrying out electrical thermography. This post deals with this issue. As an electrician myself, I know that many electricians believe that once they finish their apprenticeship … Read More

Electrical Thermography Specialists

March 16, 2018By Bob BerryElectrical Thermography

Thermal Vision, Specialists In Electrical Thermography With a combination of the most sensitive, highest resolution camera on the market, along with a Thermographer certified to the highest level in possible and chartered engineers, Thermal Vision are ideally placed to deliver the highest possible level of thermography.

Flir MSX

October 31, 2016By Bob BerryBuilding thermography, Electrical Thermography, General, Training

MSX   MSX or Multi Spectral Dynamic Imaging is a feature available with selected Flir cameras. I have recently had the opportunity  to try this out in a working environment, and have decided to post my opinion here. I personally have a mixed view about this. On the one hand it is a fantastic feature, and … Read More

Solar Loading

October 3, 2016By Bob BerryBuilding thermography, Electrical Thermography, General, Training

Solar loading I have been asked quite a lot recently about the effect of sunshine in outdoor electrical inspections. Strong sunlight will cause solar loading, this means that the sun will heat the objects that it is shining on. While we don’t normally worry about colour in thermography, colour will strongly affect the amount of … Read More