Our thermal imaging surveyors follow the professional code of conduct as set by the International Institute of Marine Surveying.
Our surveys are undertaken by qualified thermographers to condition monitor vessel equipment, for pre-voyage and voyage needs in compliance with recommendations stated in the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) on Electrical Equipment and Installations, the International Association of Classification Society (IACS), Maintenance & Inspection of Electrical Equipment on the Ship #57.5 and #35 the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for engine room hot-spot detection and fire prevention.
Infrared thermography is also highlighted by Lloyds Register in Guideline for ship owners and managers: Condition Monitoring of Marine Machinery. Our Marine Thermographic Surveys will help find:
We also retro-fit Lloyds, ABS and DNV approved infrared inspection windows to switchboards, thruster terminal box covers, transformer housings and engine generator inspection hatches; for safe infrared and routine visual inspections without the need to open or shut off energized equipment, eliminating arc flash potential upon opening equipment.
At Geo Therm Ltd we have a duty of care to report on extreme thermal anomalies within critical electrical and mechanical systems, that could adversely affect your voyage. In short, our hot-spot Thermographic Surveys will dramatically improve your sea-going risk management.