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    Thermal Imaging Infrared Survey

    Report.

    Thermal Imaging Infrared Survey Report.

    Thermography Inspection at ABC Company.

    Vancouver,BC

    May 25,2012

    Rick Turdubay, Certified Infrared Investigator.

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  • AiturGroup Ltd Thermal Imaging /Infrared Survey Report Sample.

    Thermography Inspection at

    (ABC Company).

    Address: ..

    By Rick Turdubay, Certified Infrared Investigator.

    Date: May 25,2012

    WEB: www.aiturgroup.com. E:mail: info@aiturgroup.com Phone:604-496-4212

    Relationship to Standards

    Section 02 27 23 National Master Specification (NMS) Thermographic Assessment Electrical Systems. Canadian General Standards Board, Document 149-GP-2MP, Manual for Thermographic Analysis of

    Building Enclosures.

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  • Thermography Inspection At:

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    Date:

    May 25, 2012

    Doc # Page 2 of 13 May 25,2012

    How Infrared Thermography Works Infrared imagers see the heat radiated from your equipment in real time, just like a video camera sees visible light. In black/white thermograms (pictures of heat), white is hot and black is cold unless stated otherwise. When thermograms are in color, colors in the scene are matched to the reference bar. Colors appearing closer to the top or right of the reference bar indicate higher temperatures. Colors appearing closer to the bottom or left of the reference bar indicate lower temperatures.

    Inspection Site Information Customer Address Contact person Phone number E-mail address Thermographer Rick Turdubay , Flir Certificate # CON368112 Information: Limited Liability, Errors& Omission. All conclusions and recommendations are based on the data taken at the time of the inspection and no guarantee regarding additional issues of any anomalies found as a result of any other source present or not present at the time of the investigation are made. It is client's responsibility to have the recommended 60% or more of a rated electrical load during the 3-4 hours before inspection. No one can predict when a failure will occur. As a result, we suggest that you use the Subjective Repair Priority Ratings as a guide but that you investigate and take appropriate corrective actions as soon as possible. Repair Priority Ratings Each thermogram is given a Subjective Repair Priority Rating which is based upon your qualified assistants opinion of how critical the subject item is to the safe and profitable operation of your overall system. The Inspection Summary section of this report explains how to use this Subjective Repair Priority Rating to help you determine how quickly you need to investigate and correct the potential problem. Overheating can cause premature deterioration and costly, unplanned failure of your equipment. Overheating connectors, conductors and components will never get better. In fact, the temperature and rate of deterioration will increase with time. Overview of Fault Rating: 0: Normal Temp rise 0-5 C No action 1: Low grade Temp rise 5-10 C To be monitored Plan new inspection 2: Medium grade Temp rise 10-35 C Repair at scheduled shut down 3: Severe Temp rise >35 C Repair immediately

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    Date:

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    Summary of Inspection

    Location Equipment Fault Recommendation Page Number (Where) (What) ( ) ()

    ABC Company, Pacific Centre 1. Electrical Room, Panel A Incoming lugs: 120/208V 0 No action 4 2. Electrical Room, Panel A Upper circuit breakers 2 Repair at scheduled shut down 5 3. Electrical Room, Panel A Lower circuit breakers 2 Repair at scheduled shut down 6 4. Electrical Room, Panel B Circuit breakers 0 No action 7 5. Electrical Room, Panel B1 Circuit breakers 0 No action 8 6. Electrical Room, Panel C Circuit breakers 0 No action 9 7. Electrical Room, Panel D Circuit breakers 0 No action 10 8. Electrical Room, Panel DP-6A 3 Phase breakers 0 No action 11 9. Electrical Room, Panel Main Disconnect 3 Phase breaker 0 No action 12 10. Electrical Room, Panel DP-2A 3 Phase breaker 2 Repair at scheduled shut down 13 Note: Most units electrical loads under 60% of rated load.

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    Photo and Identification:

    Location Electrical Room

    Equipment Panel A,120/208V, 225A

    Type Incoming lugs:120/208V

    Nom/Rated Load 225A Actual Load Phases somewhat unbalanced at

    Phase: A=118A, Load %=52; B=101A, Load %=45; C=78A, Load %=35.

    Fault Fault Rating: 0: Normal, Max. Temp =33.1, Min=29, 4; Tem. rise 0-5 C Room Temp. =23.5; Rel. T=20 Rel. Humidity= 38% Emissivity= 0.95; Distance=1m See IR picture.

    Thermogram

    RESERVED FOR THERMOGRAM AFTER COMPONENT REPAIR

    Analysis and Recommended Action: Phases somewhat unbalanced at A=118A, Load %=52; B=101A, Load %=45; C=78A, Load %=35; Tem. rise=0-5 C This is considered a level 0: Normal; however, unbalanced phase loads should be monitored. Ideally, phase loads should be balanced.

    Inspected By: (Rick Turdubay) Signature: Date: (25/05/2012)

    Repaired By: Comment:

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    Photo and Identification:

    Location Electrical Room

    Equipment Panel A,120/208V, 225A

    Type Upper circuit breakers

    Nom/Rated Load 20 A Actual Load CB # 4, Load= 16 A; Load %= 80

    CB # 16, Load= 16, 6 A; Load %= 83.

    Fault Fault Rating: 2: Max. Temp =35.2, Min=32.7; Tem. rise 0-5 C, Room Temp. =23.5; Rel. T=20 Rel. Humidity= 38% Emissivity= 0.95; Distance=1m See IR picture.

    Thermogram

    RESERVED FOR THERMOGRAM AFTER COMPONENT REPAIR

    Analysis and Recommended Action: CB# 4, Sp 1-2, Load= 16 A; Load %= 80; CB # 16, Sp.3-4 Load= 16, 6 A; Load %= 83. This might be considered a level 2, Repair at scheduled shut down. Since loads =80% and over contact your service company to plan a preventive action.

    Inspected By: (Rick Turdubay) Signature: Date: (25/05/2012)

    Repaired By: Comment:

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    Photo and Identification:

    Location Electrical Room Equipment Panel A,120/208V, 225A Type Lower circuit breakers Nom/Rated Load 20 A Actual Load CB # 44,Load= 18 A; Load %= 90

    CB# 46, Load= 16 A; Load %= 80 CB# 48, Load= 16 A; Load %= 80

    Fault Fault Rating: 2: Max. Temp =41.7, Min=35; Tem. rise 6.7 C, Room Temp. =23.5; Rel. T=20 Rel. Humidity= 38% Emissivity= 0.95; Distance=1m See IR picture.

    Thermogram

    RESERVED FOR THERMOGRAM AFTER COMPONENT REPAIR

    Analysis and Recommended Action: CB#44, Sp1-2, Load = 90%, Tem. Rise= 5; CB# 46, Sp3-4, Load %= 80. It seems the CB clip loosed, Tem. Rise =6.7 This might be considered a level 2, Repair at scheduled shut down. Since loads =90%; 80% and the CB#46 clip could be loosed contact your service company to plan a preventive action. Inspected By: (Rick Turdubay) Signature: Date: ((25/05/2012) Repaired By: Comment:

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    Photo and Identification:

    Location Electrical Room Equipment Panel B,120/208V, Rated:200A

    Incoming lugs loads: A=114A, Load %=57 B=115A, Load %=57.5 C=125A, Load %=62.5

    Type Circuit breakers Nom/Rated Load 20 A Actual Load Max. load on the Double-Pole

    Circuit Breaker CB #1 Load Pole 1= 8 A; Load %= 40 Load Pole 2= 13.6 A; Load %= 68

    Fault Fault Rating: 0: Normal Max. Temp =42.5, Min=38.6; Tem. rise 0-5 C, Room Temp. =23.5; Rel. T=20 Rel. Humidity= 38% Emissivity= 0.95; Distance=1m See IR picture.

    Thermogram

    RESERVED FOR THERMOGRAM AFTER COMPONENT REPAIR

    Analysis and Recommended Action: Double pole CB#1, Sp1 Temp =42.5, Pole 2 Load = 68%, Tem. Rise= 3.9; Sp2, Load %= 40. It seems no action required. Fault Rating: 0: Normal Inspected By: (Rick Turdubay) Signature: Date: ((25/05/2012) Repaired By: Comment:

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