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Predictive Building Inspections


We offer the safest most effective Infrared and Ultrasound inspections performed by Master Certified Thermographers with best-in-class inspection equipment. Below are two short videos from our equipment manufacturers that equipment and certify our Inspectors. 



We offer a free onsite demonstration of our predictive inspection services

All successful Maintenance Programs start with a Predictive Inspection.

Why should you learn more about Predictive Inspections?

You’re responsible for maintaining a building and to do that successfully you need to know the status of every system within your building. To know when maintenance is needed requires regular inspection.

Predictive Inspections are proven to save you money and time by identifying issues at an early stage when repair costs are low and repairs are minor. If you are constantly ” putting out fires” it’s a sign that you’re maintenance program is becoming reactive and it’s time to learn more about Predictive Inspections.


It’s also safer to repair critical electrical or mechanical systems before they start smoking and failure is minutes away. Early-stage repairs also retain the greatest amount of usable life of your building assets.


all have  standards recommending

Predictive Inspections.

NFPA 101(00), Sec.

Transfer switches

Because they are such a key component in the successful operation of your emergency generator, it is recommended that you consider having infrared testing of your transfer switch(es) conducted annually to check for loose connections.

NFPA 70B 21.17.1 Infrared Inspection.


 Infrared inspections of electrical systems are beneficial to reduce the number of costly and catastrophic equipment failures and unscheduled plant shutdowns.

NFPA 70B 21.17.2 Advantages of Infrared Inspections.


Infrared inspections are advantageous to use in situations where electrical equipment cannot be de-energized and taken out of service or where plant production is affected. They can reduce typical
visual examinations and tedious manual inspections and are especially effective in long-range detection situations.


Infrared detection can be accurate, reliable, and expedient to use in a variety of electrical installations. More important, it can be relatively inexpensive to use considering the savings often realized by preventing equipment damage and business interruptions.

NFPA 70B -


Infrared inspections are considered a useful tool to evaluate previous repair work and proof test new electrical installations and new equipment still under warranty.

NFPA 70B -


 Regularly scheduled infrared inspections often require the readjustment of electrical maintenance priorities as well as detect trends in equipment performance that require periodic observation.

ANSI/NETA. - Appendix B – Frequency of Maintenance, Inspections and Tests.

Section 9 Thermographic Survey  –  every 12 months  

NFPA 70B - 21.17.5

 Inspection Frequency and Procedures.

Routine infrared inspections of energized electrical systems should be performed annually prior to shutdown. More frequent infrared inspections, for example, quarterly or semiannually, should be performed where warranted by loss experience, installation of new electrical equipment, or changes in the environment, operational, or load conditions.

NFPA 70B -

During the initial design stages, thought should be given to EPM, with ease of maintenance and accessibility being of extreme importance in the design considerations and emphasis on access for adequate visual and infrared inspection of all bus bars and joints.

NFPA 70B 21.17.5

Inspection Frequency and Procedures. All critical electrical equipment should be included in the infrared inspection.


ANSI – American National Standards Institute

NETA – InterNational Electrical Testing Association

ATS – Acceptance Testing Specifications

Section 9 Thermographic Survey: The thermographic survey is outlined in terms of survey conditions, equipment to be inspected, reporting standards, and frequency of inspection.

NFPA - 110

National Fire Protection Association.

110-The Standard for Emergency and Standby Power Systems.

Major Maintenance-A thermographic or temperature scan should be done prior to this visit while the ATS is under normal (peak) load. This thermographic scan should be repeated during the EPSS load test. Results should be available to the maintenance provider so that suspect conditions can be addressed during this activity.


NFPA - 70B

National Fire Protection Association.

70B-The Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance.

Chapter 21.17 Infrared Inspection. Infrared inspections are referenced in more than 35  70B standards. 

Chapter 21 Introduction states: “Infrared inspections of electrical systems
are beneficial to reduce the number of costly and catastrophic equipment failures and unscheduled plant shutdowns.”


“Why should you schedule an onsite demonstration?”

Predictive inspections will only be considered as an option for better building maintenance when you know about the service and what it offers. We understand the need to have a return on your investment and that maintenance budgets are tight. This is why we offer a free onsite demonstration.

You’ll receive a predictive inspection of one piece of equipment, a digital inspection report, and an opportunity to ask questions of our Master Thermographer throughout the inspection. The demonstration takes approximately 1 hour.

We offer this demonstration as the best way to show you the benefits of predictive inspection. You can then make an informed decision about scheduling a baseline inspection for the whole facility.

Just knowing what Predictive Inspections are capable of will give you more options for solving future building system issues.


Consider This

Your facility relies on proper inspection and maintenance for safe reliable operation.  From the minute you open the door and turn on the lights you are inspecting the predictable functions of your building systems. Inspection is the most important part of maintenance.

 “Just because your facility is working well today, doesn’t mean it will tomorrow. In fact, without proper inspection and maintenance, failure is inevitable.”

When a system or piece of equipment isn’t working as designed or fails, you give it a closer inspection. If a repair is needed, this would be called Reactive Maintenance. You’re waiting for functional failure before taking corrective action. The cost of reactive maintenance is high and indicates a failing preventive maintenance program. This type of maintenance greatly reduces the full life cycle of your equipment.

If a repair is needed on a regular basis to continue reliable operation or at the manufacturer’s recommendation, this would be called Preventive Maintenance. You’re assuming that general maintenance will prevent or stop the failure mode cycle. Only an inspection will prove the effectiveness of your preventive maintenance program.


“Inspections should always inform your maintenance program to ensure the program is effective and efficient. This is one of the many benefits of a Predictive Maintenance Inspection.”

 Early identification of issues before any loss in performance will give you the most options possible for corrective action. Repairs are safer and less costly. When detected early, the issue will have the least impact on your personnel, operations, and production.

                                                                              This is Predictive Inspection.

There’s a lot of information on the Internet about the benefits of Predictive Inspections. 

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Inspections Completed

Issues Identified


Negative Impact to Client Operations, Personnel or Equipment

Years of Inspection Experience