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High resolution infrared inspection applications for preventive maintenance

Temperature

Preventive maintenance programs have proven critical to keeping a facility in top operating condition to save production stops, asset downtime, and replacement costs. Regularly checking operating temperature remains the critical first line of defense for maintaining uptime, and an infrared camera is the easiest and safest way to visualize temperature.

To keep industrial plants running at optimum levels, plant managers need to maintain and troubleshoot dozens of electromechanical systems. With the thermal sensitivity, resolution, ease of use and innovative new features available in the new Fluke TiX560 and TiX520 Expert Series Thermal Cameras they can help you perform maintenance tasks more quickly and easily, helping you get more done in less time.

Download the Infrared Inspection Guidebook to see real world examples of how you can put these cameras to work for daily use in manufacturing and processing operations. The guidebook contains five application notes in one place to show how infrared inspections:

  • Expedite electrical troubleshooting
  • Find hot bearings fast
  • Extend motor service life
  • Find pipe blockages
  • Identify circuit board hot spots
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