Randleman, NC, March 28, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc., one of the USA’s leading companies in infrared thermographic applications, announces the development of two new websites, which introduce newly formatted service divisions that provide state-of-the-art infrared services. Infrared applications have become a proactive, economical means of P/PM (preventive/predictive maintenance). Stockton provides thermographic services to Fortune-500 companies and government agencies in the U.S., Canada, Central and South America.
The new websites are: http://www.BuildScanIR.com and http://www.ElectriSCAN.com. Both may be accessed from the primary website, http://www.stocktoninfrared.com.
One of six divisions of Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc., ElectriSCAN™ provides state-of-the-art P/PM inspections on electrical equipment. Infrared thermography can be used to predict failures on electrical apparatus because excess heat indicates electrical faults such as loose connections, overloaded or imbalanced circuits, faulty breakers, damaged switches, faulty fuses and a wide range of other unwanted electrical conditions. Before an electrical component fails, it heats up. When a fault is found, maintenance personnel can act to correct the problem before the component fails and causes damage to the component, a safety hazard, and/or production downtime. ElectriSCAN™ thermographers have performed qualitative infrared thermographic surveys of electrical switchgear on thousands of buildings and we have refined our techniques to eliminate over-reporting or under-reporting problems.
BuildScanIR™ division provides infrared inspections on buildings of all types; commercial, industrial, institutional and residential. Although some of the very first applications for infrared thermography were building analyses applications, other applications have surpassed this field in popularity in the last 15 years. One reason is that it is a very challenging field of infrared thermography. There are many different types and uses of buildings, many different construction techniques, building materials and configurations. A building infrared thermographer must be familiar first with construction and then with the thermal dynamics and characteristics of these different building components. In addition they must understand how to accomplish the infrared survey with changing ambient and thermal transient conditions. BuildScanIR™ thermographers are trained and experienced specifically in the practice of building infrared technology.
"Our web presence is a work in progress, constantly changing and improving. When we began to reformat these sites, we tried to keep in mind the results we like to achieve as Internet users, which is being able to locate the desired information quickly. So we built the sites with multiple layers and quick references, and then optimized them for fast downloading, added pertinent links and tried to give the reader the ability to find lots of information quickly,” stated Greg Stockton, company founder and President. "Infrared Thermography is a constantly growing field and we are determined to keep pace with the changing markets."
For more information, contact 1-800-248-SCAN or visit: