Of course, the vast majority of solar panels are installed on sloping roofs which can make a manual inspection difficult and invasive scaffolding or a cherry picker may be required and there is always a risk of damage to the roof itself during the inspection process.
So, it’s not surprising that many people put off the cost and inconvenience of inspection if there no visible issues.
However, thermography using a mast can complete a detailed panel inspection quickly, simply and cheaply with maintenance teams only then being required if a fault is found. One simple flight every two years under the right conditions can be all that it takes to make sure that your solar panels stay safe and efficient. With many panels being covered by a long term warranty, there’s a good chance that fault repairs will be at no cost to the panel owner as well!
Mast Thermography of your solar panel can detect
All of these can be visualised without ever touching the panels or roof structure – making it the perfect routine inspection tool.
A 15m Mast can be a fast and efficient diagnostic tool to pinpoint faults when electricity production has dipped to be able to give to your panel maintenance provider. …