Application Note

Fired Furnace Inspections With Thermal Imaging

Capture7

Furnace tubes have the possibility of overheating and rupturing, resulting in equipment downtime, lost production, and other collateral damage. The ability to monitor tubes for signs of overheating due to over-firing rates of flame impingement from improper burner alignment is critical to the reliability of the furnace. In order to determine if overheating is taking place within fired furnace tubes, inspectors must be able to distinguish between internal tube “coking” and external tube “scaling.” Thermal imaging is able to evaluate the condition of the furnace directly for any signs of overheating or damage. Download the application note for more information.

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