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energy logging

Energy Logging

Discover sources of electrical energy waste, identify energy savings opportunities, and conduct load studies.

Energy logging can discover where and when power is being consumed, so you can put actions in place that ensure you’re using energy efficiently.

Our logging equipment provides three phase power measurement data for:

  • Discovering sources of electrical energy waste
  • Identifying overloaded circuits
  • Helping perform routine load studies
  • Showing when and where energy in your facility is being consumed – from the service entrance to individual circuits.
  • Comprehensive logging – more than 20 separate logging sessions can be stored

Call us today with any questions and to schedule logging of your energy usage.


thermal imaging of service panel

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging of electrical panels, circuit breakers and transformers for trends, diagnosing issues and fixing problems before they become failures.

Thermography electrical inspection (thermal imaging) discovers:

  • Sources of electrical energy waste
  • Poor connections
  • Deteriorated or faulty insulation
  • Unbalanced loads
  • Aging or failing equipment

These issues can lead to excessive use of energy, equipment failure, extra maintenance costs, unscheduled interruptions, and injury or death.

Once electrical components start deteriorating, the resistance begins to increase, resulting in a localized heat increase. Similarly, poor connections generally have increased resistance compared to proper connections. Thermal imaging of electrical panels, circuit breakers and transformers can identify the differences in temperature, helping uncover sources of failure.

By identifying and repairing high resistance connections, you can significantly decrease the chances of electrical wire breakdowns. reduced repair costs, lower outages, and avoid increased power consumption.

What’s more, excessive current draw often causes vital electrical circuit components like transformers, circuit breakers, and fuses to fail ahead of time. Failures like these often result in increased repair and maintenance costs, along with business interruptions.

Call us today with any questions and to schedule an inspection of your equipment.