Snell – Electrical Applications

October 16, 2017 – October 17, 2017 all-day

Prerequisite: Level I – Thermographic Applications

The Electrical Applications specialty course is designed to give practicing thermographers an in-depth understanding of applied thermography focused specifically on inspecting electrical systems and related equipment.

The class covers the inspection of electrical equipment from the utility substations right down through to low-voltage equipment. Review of case studies, interpretation of thermal images and root-cause failure discussions all form the basis of this course.

Course Overview:

Transmission and distribution systems
Exterior substations and components
Transformers, circuit breakers, and bus work
Motor control centers, panels, and components
Motors, generators, batteries, and power supplies
DC systems and circuits
Inspection parameters, procedures, and electrical safety
Reporting, severity assessment, and prioritization
Infrared inspection windows/viewports
Using ultrasonics, EMT and other technologies
Adding high-emissivity targets

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