Voices: What Works

What Works is a collection of case histories that provides real-world examples of best practices and how to implement them.

IR on ice: Bringing condition monitoring to curling

In this installment of What Works, ice technicians maintain quality using thermographic tools and techniques.

Jan 15, 2015

Infrared (IR) thermography is a familiar condition monitoring approach on the plant floor, enabling crews to detect equipment flaws quickly and non-invasively under operating conditions. The same benefits apply even when IR tools are focused on the floor itself – especially when the floor is made of ice. 

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