In electrical systems increased resistance can be caused by a variety of reasons including component age, fatigue, oxidation, wear, loose connections or poor installation. Thermal imaging in the practice of building inspection has been used to inspect electrical systems for some time now and its use has steadily grown increasingly popular. Our thermographers can identify issues and potential problems to help you save energy, productivity and money with reliable, non-contact temperature measurements that can prevent costly shutdowns and outages. Electrical equipment tends to heat up before it fails, hiding from sight until a component fails, causing damage to the component, creating safety hazards and productivity loss. By viewing apparent temperature differences, inspectors can identify and document problems, such as loose connections, overloaded circuits, which are the most common causes of electrical fires, transformer cooling problems, induced currents, arcing, and motor-winding faults. Fortunately, thermal imaging cameras instantly make those hot spots clearly visible so you can catch them in time. With clear, easy-to-read reports, we help customers understand the problems as well as the solutions we provide. Using infrared cameras for electrical inspections is safe, quick, efficient, and is a great way to document problems that convey useful details for property owners.