Thermal imaging cameras have broad applications across the modern economy, from building inspections to research and development.
Category / Preventative Maintenance
Vacuum gauges play a key role in commissioning and servicing heating and cooling systems, as well as charging them with fresh refrigerant when necessary.
In the world of manufacturing, extreme conditions can make accurate temperature measurement a daunting task.
Making equipment servicing more effective is critical in power generation operations. Here are three ways thermal imagers are used in machinery maintenance.
Industrial plant maintenance can be incorporate thermography checks to reduce the risk of factors like overloaded circuits or burnt-out instruments.
Instrument calibration is one of the primary processes used to maintain instrument accuracy and this can be crucial when dealing with high temperatures.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has streamlined boiler servicing and preventative maintenance – how does Testo’s 300 solution fit into this bold new ideal?
Border security checks for pandemic illnesses are important for travelers. Here’s why thermal imaging instruments can point to those who may be infected.
When it comes to museum collection preservation, there are three climatic conditions you need to monitor: temperature, humidity and light levels.
Light and lux levels are important when planning ideal collection display and storage conditions. Here’s how light measurement devices can improve maintenance.
Tru-Steam’s dual commitment to expert boiler servicing and family-owned business values is supported through a 15-year relationship with Testo.
Australia’s rich maritime collections are successively preserved in the National Maritime Museum with the help of Testo’s 160 data logger – find out how here.
Finisar’s technology is reliant on precise temperature and humidity readings, otherwise they risk a meltdown. Here’s how Testo helps keep systems in control.
Museum visitors have had the privilege of viewing famous works of art, but ineffective preservation strategies could mean future generations won’t be able.
Industries that use baghouses have to always be aware of equipment malfunctions and the record-keeping requirement surrounding them.