Thermal imaging is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that allows us to visualize and quantify changes in the surface temperature of electrical equipment. It is a process of using an infrared camera to provide visual imagery of surface temperature variances on your switchboard. The imagery is mapped and color-coded to identify hot and cold areas of the switchboard. Hot areas are indicators of a potential fault due to excessive friction or resistance. This technique is used by ATII, and it is important to your business because it identifies equipment flaws and pinpoints any hot spots often invisible to the naked eye. When parts of your electrical systems begin to have problems, they give off heat usually a sign of electrical resistance or excessive friction. Abnormal temperatures can be easily identified and published. Using thermal imaging as a vehicle to facilitate early detection of equipment failure will directly benefit you as follows: cost savings, non-destructive testing, minimizes workplace hazards, early detection of any potential faults.