The TTDV series is a "Dual-View" inspection window that combines a 4" by 4" infrared (IR) window, with a 1.7" by 4" visual inspection window.
Dual-View format allows technicians to take IR scans and digital photos through the same window while de-risking their predictive maintenance work
Easily comply with OSHA, NFPA 70E, CSA Z462 and similar electrical safety mandates by using closed-panel inspection methods. Infrared (IR) Windows and Visual Inspection Windows allow workers to perform IR and visual inspections while keeping energized electrical equipment closed, and in "normal operating condition."
Closed-panel inspections eliminate inherently high-risk tasks, such as removing panels or opening hinged doors. The resulting work task is safer for personnel, plant assets and processes.
The more efficient work process can also reduce inspection costs by 75% to 95%, while improving worker safety.
How does your facility inspect equipment that can no longer be opened while energized due to that equipment’s voltage or incident energy rating? How does your facility inspect equipment protected by switched interlocks? Inspection windows provide safe access to "inaccessible" energized equipment.
The TTDV is built to out-live your enclosure. You have to see it to believe it.
Our window body and cover are machined from half-inch bar stock aluminium. All other components are stainless steel. When it comes to durability and brute strength, Turtle Tough is without peers.
Because using inspection windows does not increase the risk of electrical hazards, inspections can be performed during peak load, when data collection is ideal, without worry of accidental process interruption.
The challenge A major zinc producer informed us that during operation of the zinc concentrator and thickener, their pH sensors were unable to cope with the solids content and composition, causing the reference junction to persistently clog and foul.