Your facility’s electrical distribution system is in tip top shape… right? If you’re pausing or second guessing, you are not alone. The majority of facility managers, building owners or engineers will readily answer yes to this question but without regular inspections and maintenance, how can one be so sure?
What is your business’s most important asset? It’s not the expensive gear behind the gray boxes in your electrical rooms. It’s the people who work on them. Their safety is a priority and their contribution to your company’s bottom line is paramount. Infrared windows reduce the occurrence of the majority of electrical accidents during energized inspections and protect employees and employers concerned from the physical, financial, and statutory consequences related to this type of accident.
IRISS windows come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and even custom applications to fit your electrical gear.
New to electrical preventive maintenance?
Today’s typical situation: The classic operating strategy is ‘run to fail’ – but when it does, you’re looking at a fire or explosion and likely an extended down-time.
There’s a better way: Energized preventive maintenance using Infrared Thermography greatly enhances your insight into the operating health of your critical electrical components.
Why change? – Our simple, one day assessment can save you tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars for under $2,500 – a great ROI!
Already performing energized inspections?
Did you know? – Electrical injuries each caused an average of 13 days away from work and nearly one fatality every day of the year.
Today’s typical situation: The positives of preventive electrical maintenance can easily be erased with one unfortunate accident.
There’s a better way: Infrared windows are an easy, foolproof way to maintain your energized inspection program and keep your people safe – have your cake and eat it too.
Why change?: Our IR windows eliminate the need to expose workers to energized equipment to assess the condition.
Learn how to reduce arc flash risk by installing infrared windows in this white paper written by the experts at IRISS: