Thermographic Surveys (Rotating Assets & PLC’S)
Thermographic analysis is a critical technique in identifying assets that may be running in an alarm status that will predominantly lead failure.
Thermal imaging surveys to prevent breakdowns
IDPMS uses our thermal imaging surveys on electrical panels, distribution boards and rotating machinery, it is an unobtrusive method of inspection that can prevent future breakdown situations from occurring.
Thermographic surveys are a cost-effective form of inspection, one fault identified can pay back costs of the survey and will in turn save cost of an unplanned breakdown.
Our Processes and Systems
Our engineers use this as an opportunity to identify both mechanical and electrical faults caused by an increase in heat due to friction and/or increased resistance which can be used on:
Moving to proactive maintenance prolongs the life of equipment while reducing the overall operating costs.
Maintenance management improves workflow by allowing you to schedule, assign and complete work orders quickly and easily.
Manage your Spare Parts inventory.
CMMS system allows maintenance managers to track assets that need to be maintained and set up the automatic reordering of parts, so they have the right spare parts on hand and can perform repairs quickly.
Using software for maintenance and facilities management eliminates the need for paperwork and clipboards because the software can be set up to capture information automatically.
Mobile CMMS can be used on smartphones, enabling maintenance technicians to access real-time information, check inventory and initiate work orders without returning to the office.
Downtime is costly both in terms of revenue loss and damage to an organisation’s brand and reputation. When you focus on planned, preventative maintenance, equipment downtime is minimized.
Reduce downtime & repair costs.
Computerised maintenance management software aids organisations in regularly checking and maintaining equipment and meeting safety standards to prevent malfunction and critical failures.
By using a CMMS to analyze historical data and trends, maintenance managers can identify problem areas, like rising costs, low productivity, or constant repairs.
Keep a finger on the pulse of your organisation.
Maintenance software allows you to demonstrate regulatory compliance and reduce the amount of preparation and paperwork that’s required for an audit.
Maintenance managers can simply generate reports detailing the maintenance work performed on vital machinery. This makes compliance easily traceable and reduces the risk of non-compliance penalties.
Ensure compliance with regulatory standards.
Computerized maintenance management software can cut overtime significantly by reducing the need for emergency maintenance and repairs. By scheduling maintenance, maintenance staff can work more efficiently and effectively.
The cost savings that organisations achieve with the implementation of maintenance software can be staggering, but it’s critical to choose a CMMS with the right functionality as well as work with the right partner to maximise your return on investment (ROI).