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Repair, Testing & Calibration Of All Types Of Energy Meter With Correct C.T. Polarity Test & Confirmation Of Multiplying Factor. Testing & Certifying Percentage Errors Of CT & PT at Site. All Types Of Relay Testing On Site, Maintenance Of All Types Of Control Panels & Apfc Panel, Energy Measurement And System Losses in The Network, Harmonics Analyzing And Solution, Preventive Maintenance & Retrofitting Of ACB, Switch Fuse Unit MCCB, RCCB, Motor Starters, Installation Of Meter, C.T. & P.T.Connection, Electrical.
 

All types of AIR CIRCUIT BREAKER - Overhauling, servicing, Testing with Primary injection test, & Release test

 
  All types of ENERGY METER, LOAD MANAGER, C.T. & P.T. - Testing, servicing & certification at site as per IS standards  
  Our Certificate valid for ISO & PWD  
  All types of RELAY - Testing, servicing & certification at site  
  VCB, TRANSFORMER - Testing, servicing and oil filtration.  
  Thermography Testing  

SHRIHARI ELECTRIC CORPORATION
[ Established in the year - 1995 ]

MAHARASHTRA Govt. Approved Fire Auditor.

“ We are in Fire Fighting Systems Supply, Installation &
Maintenance a Complete Fire Fighting Solutions ”

“ License to ac as Licensed Agency for the purpose of
Fire Preventive and Life Safety Measures ”

 
 

Proposal of Thermography Audit

   
 

Introduction

In the industrial world, it’s almost second nature for technicians to seek out ways of preventing costly failures within facilities and machinery. After all, it takes less time and money to perform an inspection than to deal with sudden repairs. Infrared thermography — also known as infrared analysis — has gained popularity recently, as an effective approach to predictive maintenance. This condition-monitoring technique allows users to identify potential causes of downtime, and limit equipment failure.
When facilities regularly monitor their equipment performance, they encounter less reactive maintenance costs; while extending the lifespan of assets, maximizing production, and maintaining efficiency. With non-contact infrared thermography, organizations can obtain an extensive temperature profile, without disrupting mechanical operations — allowing them to pinpoint an emerging failure before it becomes a problem.

 
 

Advantage of thermography Audit

Infrared thermography allows technicians to literally see thermal energy, making it one of the most effective and versatile solutions for monitoring equipment condition. By recognizing features in an equipment that are suffering from overheating, professionals can more accurately predict equipment failure — giving companies a chance to take corrective measures before an expensive shutdown, personal injury, or equipment malfunction occurs.
Today, infrared thermography is often recommended as an essential aspect in predictive maintenance programs. Consistent monitoring is the best way to determine if something is wrong, before a problem evolves into something far more detrimental.
Not only does using infrared thermography allow companies to protect their employees (staff members are less likely to work with a malfunctioning piece of equipment), but it also generates a more productive working environment that helps to protect a business’ finances. Monitoring machinery, examining wiring terminations in circuit panel boards and motor control equipment, and conducting maintenance before problems emerge is much less expensive than dealing with unexpected shutdown costs. In an energy audit, infrared thermography can also detect excessive energy loss, which might affect the bottom line in production.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION 1: SCOPE OF WORK
SECTION 2: REFERENCED STANDARDS
SECTION 1
SCOPE OF WORK

Pre correction Audit

  1. To perform quantitative thermography inspection of LT control panels & DBs.
  2. Analysing the images, correlating with actual site condition.
  3. Making an audit report with recommendations.
  4. Submission of Audit report to the client.

Post Correction Audit

  1. Taking thermal images of hotspots mentioned in Pre correction audit.
  2. Analysing the images and comparing it with the previous hotspot image.
  3. Making an audit report with recommendations.
  4. Submission of Audit report to the client.

Section 2
REFERENCED STANDARDS
ASTM E1934-99a
Standard Guide for Examining Electrical and Mechanical Equipment with Infrared Thermography.
NEMA STANDARDS PUBLICATIONS BU 1.1-2000
General Instructions for Handling, Installation, Operation, and Maintenance of BUSWAY Rated 600 Volts or Less.

   
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