- Computing Systems
A line follow-up is carried out by a helicopter at low speed and by performing stationary flights at very near distances of the facilities, which allows for the identification of any abnormalities in an ordered and fast way. The inspector is able to carry out his work under optimum conditions thanks to the use of the most adequate aircraft from the technical and economic point of view for each service, and the use of edgy digital cameras.
Together with each inspection performed, a detailed printed report is submitted within a term not exceeding 24 hours, which includes photographs of the most significant news. Moreover, a CD is submitted with the digital version of the processed information for its subsequent analysis.
Over 300.000 km of lines in different countries for important electrical transmission companies, gives Hangar Servicios its renown prestige in specialized inspection and aerial surveying services.
Hangar Servicios makes its best efforts in order for its customers to feel supported and enjoy a great response capacity. That is why its own aircrafts and support equipment are available, even in emergency situations. This set of factors, together with a specialized and permanent trained staff, specialized and permanent trained staff Hangar Servicios into a company of excellence.
Hangar Servicios provides the customer with the use of our brand new INFOLAT 7.0, software, which has been specially designed by the Systems Department, based on the experience gained and the customers' needs.
Focused on maintenance management, INFOLAT 7.0 (Aerial Transmission Line Computing System) offers the customer the following features and attributes:
- Organized monitoring, divided by line sections.
- Scheme of line structure, path orientation, phase names, sections composing the line.
- Location and type of failure within each section related to photographic images.
- Identification and quantification of the type of failure.
- Possibility of prioritization of news in such a way that allows to organize the maintenance program.
- Failure-type statistics (Graphic and numeric).
- Failure priority statistics (Graphic and numeric).
- Texts and/ or photographs printing versatility.
Why implementing inspection equipment?
Visual inspection is carried out by a competent staff geared with the necessary resources, allowing them to get to know in what conditions the facilities are by pointing out any mechanical abnormalities due to any vandalic acts and those electrical defects that can be spotted by inspector's eye.
Inspection by gauging equipment allows the inspector to spot those electrical flaws resulting from the wear and tear or improper mounting, which cannot be detected at first sight, such as hot spots or the visualization of focused electrical fields.