Infrared Electrical Inspections 

Infrared Technologies provides you with experienced and certified thermographers. We have an excellent track record servicing our existing customers, providing infrared electrical inspections, as well as home energy audits.

We offer the following services:

Industrial and commercial electrical inspections – we inspect electrical systems inclusive of panels, disconnects,  transformers, buss ducts, electrical motors, compressors, pumps, MCC’s, and control cabinets

Ultrasonic compressed air leak inspections-  detection, tagging and recording air leaks throughout a facility and estimating air loss and the cost associated with the air loss.

Ultrasonic underground water leak detection —   pinpointing water leaks under slabs, concrete, asphalt or dirt.

Infrared home energy audits–  total evaluation of homes for energy efficiency utilizing state of the art infrared cameras and blower door.

Our technicians are fully licensed and insured, certified thermographers with an excellent track record with our existing customers.

Ensure the integrity of your electrical systems

Our electrical inspections will examine your property and equipment for:

  • Electrical overloads
  • Hot spots
  • Loose connections
  • Damaged transformers, and all other potential electrical hazards

Our team will identify any problem areas and recommend an effective solution. Contact Infrared Technologies to learn more or call us at (317) 489-7199.

FAQ Industrial Infrared Electrical Inspections

We use infrared cameras to inspect panels, transformers, buss ducts, MCC’s, switchgear, and motors. Since infrared is basically thermal imaging, any “hot spots” caused by loose connections, overloads, or unbalanced loads are easily detected.
Industrial, commercial, warehouses, office buildings, hospitals, or any facility that utilizes a significant amount of power. Many insurance providers either request or require their customers get this procedure done. Infrared electrical inspection is a major part of predictive maintenance.
Very much so. Safety is a priority when opening live panels.
The standard is once a year. Some facilities will get inspected more if there is a large electrical demand.
Absolutely! Compare the cost of a scan to having an electrician check every connection with a meter. One detected issue could mean avoiding a plant shut down. And never underestimate the value of safety.