I am often asked which is more important, training or experience? I can only really answer this from my own point of view, and this is heavily influenced by my background in the electrical and thermography industries. Some people will argue that training is more important as you cannot gain experience without training. There are … Read More
For many years I have conducted surveys of roofing systems. There are many different roof types and the most successful are flat or low sloped roofing systems. Some roofs like inverted roofing systems and green/living roofs gain almost nothing from a survey using thermography. The basics of roof surveys are that a roof leak will … Read More
The following date has been added to the training calendar for 2016. September 5th-8th Maynooth, Ireland. The course is an ITC Level 1, this is the most respected and internationally recognised thermography training today. ITC are the largest infrared training company in the world, training literally thousands of students every year.
What is emissivity? Emissivity describes an objects ability to radiate energy. Some objects have a high emissivity, these are typically non metals. Other objects have a low emissivity, these are generally metallic. Emissivity of a material is a value between 0 and 1. A blackbody would have an emissivity of 1, this means that it emits … Read More
This video shows you how to use the rapid report writer in Flir’s Reporter 9 software.
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