The major cause of fire in Medium and Low Voltage installations is faulty power connections. Loose connections from improper tightening or vibration, damaged contact surfaces due to corrosion and excessive pressure can cause cable, bus bar and breaker connections to deteriorate over time.
While thermal surveys on electrical equipment has been a common place for decades, often it is a manual, periodic procedure that can prove costly over time, and not always early enough when there is fast deterioration.
Hear from some of our experts on how the digitization of electrical distribution across Medium and Low Voltage can help prevent electrical fires and ensure better protection of equipment and people. And how emerging technologies around continuous thermal monitoring is offering a safer, more comprehensive, and more cost-effective way to detect thermal risks.