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  • E.on Bayern

    E.on Bayern

    Having properly functioning, efficient electrical equipment and avoiding faults and outages are essential to remaining ahead of the market in the electrical services industry. That’s why companies like E.on Bayern, the world’s largest private-sector energy services company, use FLIR thermal imaging cameras to make certain that repairs are carried out in a timely manner and that problems can be prevented before they happen.

    E.on Bayern’s team of 8 thermographers perform checks on over 43,000 pieces of equipment on a rotating schedule to ensure that all sectors are functioning properly and service continues uninterrupted to their customers. This also helps them to avoid extra costs caused by faulty devices and potential fires and other disasters. The functions and features needed to maintain this same level of excellence are available in FLIR’s i-series, E-series, and T-series cameras. To learn more, read this Full Application Story from Flir.

 

  • Italian Museum

    Italian Museum

    The wide ranging applications of thermal imaging cameras extend even into the art world, where thermographers Rosario Piergianni and Vito Basile of IR HotSpot are using FLIR infrared cameras to assess the structural integrity of historical buildings in Italy, as well as determining the potential for restoration of the great works of art some of the buildings house. Thermal imagers are a superior examination technique to traditional building inspection methods because of their non-destructive nature that is compatible with even the most fragile structures and art pieces.

    Piergianni uses features like voice annotation to take notes about the observations he and his team are making and built-in GPS that marks images’ metadata with their location, so the team can organize and remember scouted locations. These features are available on FLIR’s T-series bx cameras. To learn more, read this Application Story from Flir.

 

  • General Motors Company

    General Motors Company

    FLIR thermal imagers are highly accurate, non-destructive, non-contact, and fast, according to Daniel Sinclair of General Motors Corporation, who says that the instant images and data that are made available for reporting by the camera allow for trending analysis that is used in turn to project time to failure of a component, enable optimal repair scheduling, and preempt catastrophic failure.

    Sinclair concludes that GM saves millions in potential repairs cost every year through “predictive maintenance” (PdM) and identifies three main important factors in thermal analysis. First, repairs are much less expensive before catastrophic failure occurs, and proactive upkeep avoids collateral damage to other equipment, in-process product, and personnel. Second, repairs can be made during downtime or shift changes to minimize production loss. Finally, time to make a proactive repair is substantially less than a reactive repair. Experience these benefits through the full line of FLIR infrared cameras. To learn more, read this Application Story from Flir.