Are you conducting successful building inspections? Have you forgotten important methodologies for energy audits? Do you have a thorough understanding of the importance of differences in building materials and the role they play in proper diagnosis? That finding moisture can be detected in three different ways; conduction, capacitance, and evaporation? Do you remember that even insulation that is present in a wall may not be performing properly, thereby acting as if there is no insulation in the wall cavities? Remember the differences in a conduction inspection and an air leakage inspection? How is your image quality? This course reviews the proper use of infrared equipment, camera performance specifications, and how to use your infrared equipment to effectively capture high-quality images for further analysis and reporting. Heat transfer theory, and the high points of inspecting buildings are covered as well. Using infrared with a blower door will also be discussed.
This one-day review course summarizes the most important points of your previous learning. This course will reinforce some of the concepts you previously learned for deeper knowledge retention, as well enlighten you to some of the questions you may have from your earlier training, giving you deeper knowledge in these areas. All of this in a one-day on-demand format! This course is designed for all models of thermal imaging equipment.
• Infrared Equipment Specifications
• Image Quality
• Camera Functionality Check
• Heat Theory
• Infrared Radiation
• Building Inspections
• Blower Door
• Building Moisture
Pre-requisite: Level I Thermographic Applications. Note: This is NOT a full Level 1 or certification.