It’s likely that a number of you who frequent this blog are either new to the world of infrared or possibly just purchased your first thermal imager. Regardless, there is a lot of information that new thermographers need to digest, so where does one proceed? Well, we’ve got some good news for you!
The Infrared Training Center now offers a number of live, regularly scheduled, educational webinars that are designed to introduce participants to the technology and variety of IR applications available. By attending these free, interactive, online sessions you will learn not only the basics of infrared thermography, but also where thermal imaging can reduce costs, save energy and increase safety for professionals in a variety of industries.
If you’re in the electrical, maintenance, or home inspection business, infrared thermography can help you spot a number of issues that your eyes simply can’t see. Join us for as many of these upcoming webinars as you like and learn more about how using infrared can benefit both you and your company.
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Using thermal imaging to inspect electrical systems is a fast and easy way to locate failing electrical connections or overloads in circuits that not only contribute to inefficient operations, but can also lead to complete system failure and shutdown.
This webinar will provide an overview of how thermographers are using infrared to detect electrical faults early reducing downtime and saving money. Ultimately, with proper training and the right equipment, infrared technology can help you improve operations and make better maintenance decisions, especially when it is applied in electrical applications.
Regardless of the season, the cost of conditioning a building is always a concern whether you are a homeowner or facility manager. Thermal imaging can detect areas of missing insulation and locate air leakage bypasses in structures that not only waste energy, but also increase the cost of operating a building. Additionally, IR can identify potential moisture and mold issues plus diagnose problems with HVAC, electrical and mechanical systems that are commonly found in buildings.
This webinar will introduce you to these applications while also explaining some of the science behind how the technology works.
Thermographical inspection of electrical systems requires components energized with sufficient loads in order for problems to appear. Additionally, since thermal imaging cannot see through electrical panels or covers, these need to be removed by qualified personnel so that the thermographer has direct line of sight. It is the combination of these two factors which expose any electrical thermographer to the potential of electrical shock or, far worse, an arc flash.
In this webinar we will cover the basics of electrical safety related to infrared thermography, including an important overview of how NFPA 70E applies to thermographers who inspect electrical systems.
In today's competitive world, companies need qualified technicians who are proficient in the best practices of conducting infrared inspections. Getting certified and completing proper training and testing is one important aspect of that qualification process. Additionally, there may be industry standards, guidelines or protocols that thermographers must understand and follow when performing certain professional activities.
This webinar will present an overview of these and how being properly qualified is essential for one to be successful with the technology.
In today's competitive world, companies need qualified technicians who are proficient in the best practices of conducting infrared inspections. Getting certified and completing proper thermography training and testing are important aspects of the qualification process. Additionally, there may be industry or company rules, guidelines, or quality standards that require certified personnel for certain professional activities. In some instances, these actions may also be regulated in national or international law, making certification compulsory.
In this webinar, learn what certification really means to the professional thermographer and how having the proper training, testing and experience is essential for being successful with the technology.