Thermal imaging of enameling furnaces

The performance of industrial enameling furnaces may gradually decline over time.

This may result in higher energy consumption (read increased enameling cost) and reduced quality of the coated surface.

In extreme cases the enameling furnace may even unexpectedly break down, because insulation has been damaged and/or worn out.

Therefore we suggest regular inspections & thermal imaging to identify major heat bridges and other spots with possible insulation issues.

Thermal imaging of industrial enameling furnace roof at hotzone near 180 degree turn
Thermal imaging of industrial enameling furnace roof
Thermograph inspection of enameling furnace door
Heat bridges at clean out door

European Energy Efficiency Directive

The European Energy Efficiency Directive (2012/27/EU), also known as the EED, was established in 2012.

The aim of this Directive is to help to realise the European target set in 2007 to reduce European energy consumption by 20% by 2020.

This should contribute to a reduction in greenhouse gas and air pollutants, to a decrease of energy costs, and to lower dependence on import of fossil fuel.
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