Infrared Thermography

High Voltage

Electric Utility/Power companies are increasing their usage of High Voltage Electrical Infrared Surveys to promote safety and

reliability of their overall power systems.

The accurate evaluation of a distribution line or substation, depends mostly on the knowledge of the person performing the High

Voltage Electrical Infrared Surveys inspection. Through years of proven experience, our consultants have an in-depth and

comprehensive knowledge of high voltage electrical systems as well as all of the safety processes required to properly work in a

high voltage environment.

High Voltage Distribution Line, Substation Infrared Thermographic Inspection

Transformers

There maybe four or more different types of transformers in a substation, which operate at varying temperatures, depending on their

functions and electrical load requirements. Load percentages, fluid levels and oil circulation in power transformers all have an effect

on their temperatures allowing the technician to pinpoint problem areas through a High Voltage Electrical Infrared Inspection.

Regulators

Regulators switch from one contact point to another frequently throughout the day.

Regulators the most likely piece of equipment to explode in a substation when personnel are in the station, switching loads.

The detected heat could be coming from several inches inside the tank and since it is surrounded by large amounts of oil, even an

incremental rise in temperature could be a serious problem. Temperature readings must be recorded regularly through a High Voltage

Electrical Infrared Survey

Switches

Switches allow the plant operators to control the functions of the substation. The varying temperature pattern and measurements on

switches will indicate what kind of maintenance adjustments are needed and when.

Distribution Lines

High voltage electrical distribution lines are much more difficult to see against all the thermal mixture on the ground such as trees,

street lights, people, animals and etc.

Therefore the infrared testing is best left to ground-based infrared Thermographers

Sterilization Inc.                         Infrared Thermography Division.              Offices /  Warehouse             17 E. Lucy Street              Homestead, Fl 33030             infraredthermographyinspectors@gmail.com      786-721-0114

Infrared Thermography

Sterilization Inc.                         Infrared Thermography Division.              Offices /  Warehouse             17 E. Lucy Street              Homestead, Fl 33030             infraredthermographyinspectors@gmail.com      786-721-0114

High Voltage

Electric Utility/Power companies are increasing

their usage of High Voltage Electrical Infrared

Surveys to promote safety and reliability of their

overall power systems.

The accurate evaluation of a distribution line or

substation, depends mostly on the knowledge of

the person performing the High Voltage Electrical

Infrared Surveys inspection. Through years of

proven experience, our consultants have an

in-depth and comprehensive knowledge of high

voltage electrical systems as well as all of the

safety processes required to properly work in a

high voltage environment.

High Voltage Distribution Line, Substation

Infrared Thermographic Inspection

Transformers

There maybe four or more different types of

transformers in a substation, which operate at

varying temperatures, depending on their

functions and electrical load requirements. Load

percentages, fluid levels and oil circulation in

power transformers all have an effect on their

temperatures allowing the technician to pinpoint

problem areas through a High Voltage Electrical

Infrared Inspection.

Regulators

Regulators switch from one contact point to

another frequently throughout the day.

Regulators the most likely piece of equipment to

explode in a substation when personnel are in

the station, switching loads.

The detected heat could be coming from several

inches inside the tank and since it is surrounded

by large amounts of oil, even an incremental rise

in temperature could be a serious problem.

Temperature readings must be recorded

regularly through a High Voltage Electrical

Infrared Survey

Switches

Switches allow the plant operators to control the

functions of the substation. The varying

temperature pattern and measurements on

switches will indicate what kind of maintenance

adjustments are needed and when.

Distribution Lines

High voltage electrical distribution lines are much

more difficult to see against all the thermal

mixture on the ground such as trees, street lights,

people, animals and etc.

Therefore the infrared testing is best left to

ground-based infrared Thermographers

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