By applying thermal imaging to your predictive maintenance you can save a lot of time and money, with the ability to find problems before they may become dangerous and costly! Here is our guide on how thermal imaging can be used for your business.
In this blog, we will be giving you some insight into how we are able to save customers in most cases up to 40%, the most popular routes our customers make when purchasing their thermal camera from us and more details to help you make the right decision, so that you are well informed and taken care of.
The most common question we get asked is whether people should hire a thermal camera or purchase a thermal camera from us.
We know this can be a difficult decision to make, so to make this process and decision making a little easier. In this blog, we decided to share our experiences and thoughts, giving you both what the advantages and disadvantages could be depending on what option you choose.
When it comes to thermography, we would argue that the need to validate your services via accreditation and professional training is even more important to have. Why? Because thermology is an industry that helps many other industries keep their staff and others around them safe all at times. It also helps large companies support the ever-increasing expanding world we live in
It is essential that businesses ensure their staff or the people they employ hold the required qualifications in order to safely and effectively conduct themselves around thermal imagery equipment in your business.
When we speak to the general public about thermal camera imagery, people are always shocked at how many ways it can be used in everyday life! Gone are the days where thermal imagery is used only for the few...
Considering the current political and economic climate, many industries have been hit hard in recent years with substantial and often near detrimental budget cuts and pressures. Within these industries and sectors, often the most financially constrained and overlooked area within some business operations, yet put under the most pressure to maintain their targets and performance, are most often the teams within the security divisions...