Imaging technology has been in use for over 30 years
and now Morris, inc. is proud to bring this service
to central South Dakota.
Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging and
measurement camera to "see" and measure thermal
energy emitted from an object. Thermal, or
infrared energy, is light that is not visible
because its wavelengh is too long to be detected by
the human eye. Infrared allows us to see what
our eyes cannot.
Infrared thermography cameras product images of
invisible infrared or "heat" radiation to provide
precise non-contact temperature measurement
capabilities. Nearly everything gets hot
before it fails, making infrared cameras extremely
cost effective, valuable diagnostic tools in many
diverse applications. As industry strives to
improve manufacturing efficiencies and manage worker
safety, new applications for infrared cameras
Prevention of potential fires, equipment damage,
as well as preventing down time.
Commercial and Industrial Applications
Electrical transmission and distribution.
Insulation integrity, moisture infiltration, and
cooling degradation can be detected.
Detection of over heated, over current devices
caused by overloading.
Detection of poor electrical connections, electric
motor diagnosis, and trending.
Detection of pressure leaks in gas, compressed
air, refrigerant, steam systems, etc.
Detection of unwanted vibrations in motors,
bearings, and shafts.
Detection of liquid levels.
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us to learn how our thermal imaging services can
benefit your business.