Does electrical thermography need to be carried out by electricians? This is an interesting question, and my answer here risks infuriating many. I am writing this from my perspective, and this is that I am an electrician, chartered engineer and thermographer. I spent 20 years working in the electrical contracting industry, both in installations … Read More
At Thermal Vision, we use thermographers certified to the highest of standards, with more experience than most others. We also use equipment that others simply dream of. This combination means that we are equipped to carry out the most advanced analysis in the industry today, providing our customers with the most clear understanding of their … Read More
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.
Below are just a few images from a normal day out with a T1K. The T1K is the most powerful imager on the market today. It’s combination of higher resolution and ground breaking sensitivity deliver uncompromising images. This level of camera in the hands of one of the most experienced thermographers on the market, with … Read More
After another certification renewal cycle, I am pleased to be able to say that I have successfully renewed my PCN Category 3 thermography certification in Electrical, Civil and Mechanical applications. All PCN certificates can be validated on http://www.bindt.org/Certification/pcn-certificate-verification/pcn-verification-form/
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“What Level Of Thermography Training Do I Need?” Now this not so easy to answer. Firstly I have to group training into certified and non-certified training courses. Certified training is divided into Cat 1, Cat 2 and Cat 3. For ASNT based training they tend to use the terms Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3. … Read More