Infrared Training Courses

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On-Demand Webinar (1580)
On-Demand Webinar
This on-demand presentation will discuss all the relevant factors you need to consider in buying the right camera for building applications. Over the past few years there have been considerable breakthroughs in the market for thermal imagers including the fact that prices have dropped considerably. Infrared cameras are also finally being designed with the end user in mind.
On-Demand Webinar (84)
On-Demand Webinar
This on-demand presentation will discuss all the relevant factors you need to consider in buying the right camera for condition monitoring applications. Over the past few years there have been considerable breakthroughs in the market for thermal imagers including the fact that prices have dropped considerably. Infrared cameras are also finally being designed with the end user in mind.
Live Webcast (1950)
Live Webcast
In some IR programs control panels are overlooked as a candidate for inspection. The fact that there are smaller components and often low power devices installed within them is part of the reason. This webinar will discuss the reality of heat related failure modes that can occur in the types of components typically installed in control panels, and the potentially severe impact of functional failure of control panel components.
On-Demand Webinar (87)
On-Demand Webinar
An overview of inspecting electrical systems including conditions needed, typical patterns detected and ways to prioritize findings.
Live Webcast (1318)
Live Webcast
The majority of infrared cameras purchased today are used for inspecting electrical systems. While the technology is considered one of the primary test methods for electrical equipment there are limitations with infrared which, if not understood correctly, can be simply misleading or even downright dangerous. This presentation details how to successfully inspect electrical systems, safely and effectively, including conditions needed, typical patterns detected and an understanding of how to prioritize findings.
Public Course (64)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Public Course
Gain a better understanding of thermography applied to electrical applications including types of faults, failure modes, in-depth discussion of electrical applications plus a number of case studies. Inspection methodologies, analysis techniques and reporting are also covered. Suggested prerequisite: Level 1 or Infrared for Electrical Inspections.
On-Demand Webinar (92)
On-Demand Webinar
Attendees of this webinar will learn that there are a number of other factors to consider when diagnosing the severity of a problem and how to better characterize their findings.
Live Webcast (1322)
Live Webcast
You’ve located a problem with infrared…but how critical is it? This webcast addresses one of the most common questions (and most difficult to answer) that thermographers have…how to prioritize their findings. Should I just use a temperature-based system where the warmer something is, the higher its repair priority? While an important consideration in reality temperature is only a small part of the entire prioritization equation. Attendees of this webinar will learn that there are a number of other factors to consider when diagnosing the severity of a problem and how to better characterize their findings.
Public Course (1618)
Public Course
This two-day course is designed for the novice infrared thermographer in understanding the requirements for conducting successful electrical inspections. There is no prerequisite for this class. It is best suited for someone with a basic understanding of electrical apparatus and systems.
On-Demand Webinar (100)
On-Demand Webinar
This presentation provides an overview of how to inspect in-plant electrical systems, safely and effectively.
Live Webcast (1310)
Live Webcast
This presentation provides an overview of how to inspect in-plant electrical systems, safely and effectively, including what equipment to consider scanning, the conditions needed, typical patterns detected and considerations for prioritizing findings. The discussion will cover the finer points of conducting an efficient and effective inspection including tips for both in-plant and consultant thermographers.
Live Webcast (1961)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Live Webcast
IR Thermography, when applied to mechanical systems, can either be a frontline technology or used for validation and correlation of the findings of other technologies. Whichever is the case, there are ample opportunities to use thermography to improve asset reliability. Important reliability metrics such as Meantime Between Failures (MTBF) and Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) among others can be dramatically impacted by including critical mechanical assets in an IR Inspection program. Our webinar will discuss the types of equipment that can be effectively inspected with thermography and the failure modes that can be detected in them.
Live Webcast (1944)
Live Webcast
We will be discussing the difference between what we can “see” and what we can “measure” when using infrared thermography. Why is there a difference? Why can’t we measure what we can see? What information do the manufactures provide to us and how do we use that information?
Public Course (66)
Public Course
This two-day course is designed for energy auditors and weatherization contractors who use, or are considering adding, thermal imaging to inspect residential homes.
Live Webcast (1960)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Live Webcast
It might come as a surprise to some, but there is more to the establishment of an IR inspection program than sourcing an imager and attending a training course. In a facility where IR inspections have never been performed or have been performed sporadically, there will be numerous defects in equipment discovered, and if not managed correctly the resultant repair requirements could overwhelm the maintenance group. Workflow management, planning and scheduling and re-inspection protocols are all part of the foundation for a successful program. Our webinar will discuss how to approach these tasks so that the inspection discoveries are meaningful and result in return on the inspection investment.
Public Course (68)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Public Course
This 32 hour course is for energy auditors, weatherization contractors, home inspectors and facility maintenance personnel who use thermal imaging to inspect residential homes and small commercial buildings. The class is designed to meet the proposed BPI and RESNET standards, is recognized for 16 CEU's from BPI, will satisfy the Level 1 infrared educational requirements from ASNT and, in Canada, meet the new National Master Specifications (NMS) Section 02 27 13, Thermographic Assessment; Building Envelope.
Public Course (55)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Public Course
Learn the principles of how to Think Thermally®, basic heat transfer theory, electrical applications, mechanical equipment, building systems, roof inspections, use of thermal imaging equipment and proper image acquisition. Includes the Snell Certification Standard.
Public Course (77)
Public Course
This course follows the ASNT Level 1 recommended curriculum and focuses on the nondestructive evaluation of materials/composites using active thermography and the Thermal Wave EchoTherm® System from Thermal Wave Imaging. (On-site courses using other IR imaging equipment are available.) An optional day is reserved for individuals with qualifying work experience who wish to take a three-part certification examination.
Public Course (58)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Public Course
Essential training for the professional thermographer, Level 2 offers greater depth and analysis on surface heat transfer, temperature measurement techniques, prioritizing findings, procedures and camera operation. Prerequisite: Level 1 or Infrared for Electrical Inspections.
Public Course (78)
Public Course
This advanced course follows the ASNT Level 2 recommended curriculum and focuses on the nondestructive testing of materials using active thermography and the Thermal Wave EchoTherm® System from Thermal Wave Imaging. (On-site courses using other IR imaging equipment are available.) An optional day is reserved for individuals with qualifying work experience who wish to take a three-part certification examination.
Public Course (61)
Public Course
Review industry best practices, standards, writing procedures and personnel certification issues. This course also covers how to prepare for the ASNT Level 3 T/IR method exam. Designed for supervisors and managers of thermography programs. Prerequisite: Level 2
Live Webcast (1314)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Live Webcast
Infrared can help diagnose problems in industrial mechanical equipment including motors, bearings, couplings, belts and conveyor systems. While a successful application, Thermographers should also realize that there can be limitations to using IR. This webinar provides an overview of inspecting mechanical equipment, safely and effectively, including conditions needed, typical patterns detected, limitations of the technology and how to prioritize findings.
Public Course (75)
Continuing Education Credits / Units Available
Public Course
Covers in-plant mechanical systems including motors, rotating equipment, fluid and storage systems, high temperature applications and mobile equipment. Inspection methodologies, analysis techniques and reporting are also discussed. Suggested pre-requisite: Level I
Online Course (1661)
Online Course
This two-day course is designed for the novice infrared thermographer in understanding the requirements for conducting successful electrical inspections. There is no pre-requisite for this class.
Online Course (67)
Online Course
This online course is designed for energy auditors and weatherization contractors who use, or are considering adding, thermal imaging to inspect residential homes.