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Infrared Electrical Inspection

Electricity powers our homes, our businesses, and our world. It’s a huge asset, but unfortunately, electrical systems also pose one of the greatest risks to equipment, buildings, and the occupants inside. Faulty electrical systems can cause damage from equipment breakdowns to fires, and they don’t always...

Technology moves at lightning speed. Smartphones are getting faster and more powerful every year, and the technology going into your home is no different. These days, you can connect to your lights, locks, and TV from anywhere — and that’s just the beginning. New construction homes...

Fires are one of the leading causes of destruction and losses for non-residential building owners. According to the most recent data available from the United States Fire Administration, in 2016 alone, there were 96,800 fires, 145 deaths, and more than $2,000,000,000 dollars in losses. Unfortunately,...

Prior to the enforcement of the American Concrete Institute Design Standard 530, masonry building codes were not held to a national consensus standard for the design of masonry elements. This meant different codes and requirements for engineers and architects and no real standard for cities...

What is Infrared Technology? Infrared radiation is heat invisible to the naked eye. Infrared cameras sense radiation and then display a visual of thermal patterns. Meaning, in short, trained professionals can use these images to identify heat loss and heat gain. Infrared imaging is typically done...

During an infrared electrical inspection, TSI’s experts locate and document elevated temperatures in the electrical system. Typically, we inspect areas like the breaker panels, motor control centers, transformers, disconnects, switchgear, bus duct, and any other component that’s specific to your operation. After we’ve performed our...