Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive, non-destructive condition monitoring technique used in maintenance operations and management to detect and diagnose problems in equipment and systems. It uses infrared radiation to detect and measure the temperature of objects, allowing technicians to identify potential problems before they become serious. Thermal imaging can be used to detect overheating components, identify air leaks, and locate areas of moisture intrusion. It is a valuable tool for preventive maintenance, as it can help identify potential problems before they become costly repairs. Thermal imaging can also be used to detect electrical faults, such as overloaded circuits, and to identify areas of energy loss. Thermal imaging is a cost-effective way to ensure the safety and reliability of equipment and systems.