Maintek Group

Thermography Services

To check the condition of installations and assets

What is Thermography Services?

Thermography is the use of a thermal imaging camera to examine any areas where heat build-up can cause equipment damage or fire. All electrical circuits, machinery, and so on are scanned with the thermographic camera. Any fault (hot areas) is then photographed. This information is then downloaded into our computer system for analysis. Areas of concern are highlighted in color and temperature ranges, white is the highest temperature

Cost Efficiencies of

Infrared thermal imaging (Thermography) is a tool used to check the condition of installations and assets where a change or difference in temperature indicates fault or failure. Thermography is primarily used on electrical installations (panels, circuits, connections, high voltage transmission, transformers, and so on) but is also extremely effective on rotating equipment (detects overheating bearings, misalignment, gearboxes, and so on), pipeline condition, and much more.

Maintenance departments use thermography as part of their proactive maintenance (condition monitoring) regime. Thermography is NON-INTRUSIVE, other methods used to check the integrity of electrical assets can introduce faults and failures.

The implementation of thermography into a company’s maintenance routine is extremely cost-effective as production is not stopped or reduced during the survey. The warning of a fault can prevent the cost involved from an unscheduled shutdown and in extreme cases can prevent loss of life or total asset destruction through fire.

Other Services Available


Building Construction


Building (Housing) Audits


Epoxy Flooring


Electrical safety audit / Electrical Hazard assessment (EHA)


Apart from the cost involved in the loss of physical assets, other factors can result in significant expenses. These include loss of life or injury, damage to reputation, water damage leading to structural damage and mold growth, relocation expenses, production losses, and increased insurance costs. It is crucial to consider all of these factors to determine the overall cost of an unexpected event.