Brian Stowell, Fluke Corporation


Material Handling January 4, 2010

Seven uncommon applications for IR thermometers

Savvy maintenance professionals know that infrared, non-contact thermometers fit beautifully into motors, drive and electrical maintenance. Simply scan the equipment while it's operational and look for components that are running hotter than they should be. Find problems before they burn up, and you save money and time.

By Brian Stowell, Fluke Corporation