Reliable early detection of damage to production-relevant system components is essential in order to guarantee the safety and reliability of the system. This means that costly downtimes can be avoided. Heat generation, especially from mechanical components, may indicate an elevated level of stress. With thermal imagers, you can detect critical heat conditions directly during operation. Thermography in industrial maintenance also involves regularly monitoring the fill level of sealed fluid tanks. Non-contact thermographic measurement enables you to recognise when a fill level is too low, thus helping to prevent machine damage and resultant production losses.
Applications with high scene temperatures, such as in the metal industry, chemical industry or construction materials industry, require a flexible measuring range of up to 1,200°C. Testo thermal imagers meet this requirement with their high-temperature option.