All Inspections are NFPA 70E Compliant

An OSHA 3095 Certified and NFPA 70E certified Technician will arrive on site. A customized equipment list will be generated throughout the inspection. Electrical panel covers will be removed and replaced for direct inspection of energized electrical components. Our technicians use a High Resolution Focal Plane Array Infrared Imaging System to perform a thorough inspection of each electrical panel. An ultrasound device will be used to detect non thermal problems within high voltage equipment. All thermal, visual, and ultrasound problems will be fully documented and recorded. Upon completion of the inspection our technician will provide an exit interview to discuss any severe problems and answer questions. A detailed report will then be processed and available within seven to ten days. A PDF report will be emailed and a hard copy available at no charge upon request.

TurnKey Inspection

Our TurnKey program is designed to reduce your company liability, by minimizing the involvement of your maintenance department during the inspection process. Our certified technicians will safely remove all electrical panel covers, perform a thorough infrared/ultrasound/visual inspection, and then replace all covers without assistance from plant personnel. This increases the safety of plant employees, limits your liability, and reduces interruption to your maintenance personnel so they can focus on the day to day needs of your facility.


Our reports are among the best in the industry, providing you with the most usable information and none of the “fluff”. Both service options include our straightforward and comprehensive report utilizing our own unique layout. We do not use the standard reporting software that is included with many infrared imaging systems. Your report comes with a detailed full page layout for each problem. Each page includes pertinent information such as loading conditions, temperature delta, date/time, and repair suggestions. Each problem is assigned a priority rating based on severity and the equipment’s operational importance to the facility.

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