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Thermal Imaging Drone

Alpine Thermal Imaging Systems

Alpine Thermal Imaging Systems in Dallas and Oklahoma perform Mechanical System Surveys. Infrared thermography is the process of using a thermal imager to detect infrared radiation (heat) that is emitted by an object.

A thermal image moisture detection drone is a type of drone equipped with thermal imaging technology and moisture detection sensors used for detecting moisture or water leaks in various applications such as agriculture, construction, and water management. The thermal imaging technology allows the drone to detect temperature differences, which can indicate the presence of moisture or water. The moisture detection sensors can then confirm the presence of moisture and determine its extent.

These drones can be particularly useful in agriculture for detecting water stress in crops, in construction for identifying areas of moisture intrusion or water damage, and in water management for locating leaks in pipelines or reservoirs. Overall, thermal image moisture detection drones can provide a quick and efficient way to detect moisture and water leaks in a variety of applications, saving time and resources while potentially preventing further damage or loss.

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While infrared imaging systems are relatively simple to use, interpreting images taken with this equipment can be far more complex and challenging. With our training and experience, remarkable information can be extracted from an infrared camera that can help asset managers and maintenance personnel alike better maintain systems and equipment while monitoring or improving the quality of products.

Detecting a Leak

Nearly all electro-mechanical equipment becomes anomalously warm before it fails, making infrared (IR) cameras extremely effective diagnostic tools in the manufacturing environment. Inspections using infrared cameras can find many problems before failure occurs. In many cases the time to failure can be projected, enabling the most convenient scheduling of proactive, or preemptive, repairs. This practice, called “predictive maintenance” (PdM), enhances both productivity and safety.

Why Thermography

IR cameras play a major role in PdM programs in manufacturing plants, electric power transmission and distribution systems, chemical plants, paper mills, and numerous other industrial operations. IR cameras are also ideal for monitoring objects and arterials that present diagnostic thermal profiles, such as electricity transmission and distribution systems, material in containment vessels and pipelines, materials and associated equipment during the manufacturing process, and breaches in security. Other well-regarded inspection tools include human senses, vibration analysis, oil analysis (tribology), and ultrasound analysis. However, IR thermal inspections are accurate, rational, intuitively interpretable, nondestructive, noninvasive, noncontact, and fast. They provide instant images and data that are immediately usable in reports, and they can be easily archived to maintain a trending study of performance, which in turn may be used to project time-to-failure, enabling optimal scheduling of maintenance, based on actual operating condition, and preempting catastrophic failure.

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