Thursday, September 19, 2019
What Specifications Must Be Considered When Choosing a Infrared Window?
With a little forethought in writing a proper specification, Maintenance Inspection Windows create a safe environment for inspecting electrical assets. Using these Windows, a single inspector can easily and safely perform a route and quickly gather data and perform a trending analysis to determine each asset’s relative health. Properly specified Windows often provide access to otherwise inaccessible targets ensuring all of your critical assets are monitored appropriately. The goal of condition-based maintenance is to trend the health of the assets over time and determine when an asset is showing signs of deterioration, so it can be scheduled for repair long before the asset fails. Maintenance inspection windows will ultimately reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of your electrical infrastructure assets.
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