Electric Utility

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Whether they're producing energy from coal, natural gas, biofuels, wind, solar, or nuclear, power generation stations need the right tools to perform thorough surveys, prevent equipment failurs, and maintain safety.

Electric Power Substation/Transmission

Substations require regular preventative maintenance to ensure power flows reliably. This means having the right tools to inspect everything from load tap changers to circuit breakers insulated with SF6, so inspectors find and fix problems quickly.


Businesses and neighborhoods need reliable power to keep everything running smoothly. It's up to service providers and electricians to catch failing fuses, plan repairs, and get things fixed before they turn critical.

Innovation in Action

Washington PUD Relies on Thermal Imaging to keep the lights on for residents

Utility engineers try mobile thermal imaging to catch problems.

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Thermal Imaging Cameras Protect Electrical Substation in Stavanger, Norway

Energy companies look for a single solution to substation failures and location security.

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Thermal Imaging Cameras for Substation Monitoring

Utility companies are looking to thermal imaging to help reduce maintenance costs while still improving the reliability of electric power delivery.

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Infrared Thermography Training Resources 


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Sign up for scheduled infrared thermography training courses offered through the Infrared Training Center (ITC). Learn more  

Do you have a large group that requires thermography training? The ITC will organize an onsite training course. Request training


Electric Utility Webinars

Webinar: Optimizing Temperature Measurement Accuracy in the Electric Power Industry

Learn how target size, distance to target, and more in this recorded webinar.

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Improve Measurements/Reduce Test Times Webinar

Learn how to survey faster, reduce test times, and improve measurement accuracy on electric targets.

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IR and Electrical Safety - NFPA 70E 2018

Learn about changes to the NFPA® 70E 2018 "Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace."

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Expand Your Infrared Knowledge at FLIR Lunch and Learns.

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