AUTOMATED AND CONTINUOUS MONITORING WITH THERMAL IMAGING
Critical vessels can reach temperatures in excess of 500°C internally and must be kept stable in this process. If temperatures are not kept under control the rising heat could result in a hazardous explosion. The vessels are recorded and controlled to ensure the skin — often made of iron — doesn’t rise in temperature and become ductile. Thermal imaging technology is an ideal way to continuously monitor critical vessels in order to catch problems before a failure occurs. FLIR technology provides a full picture of potential problems, as well as the areas between thermocouples that are often missed.
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