Mastering infrared thermography
Wednesday, November 10, 2010 · available on-demand
Learn from the nation's pioneer in building thermography.
Infrared thermography is an extremely valuable tool for building science professionals. Learn how to use the technology properly and ensure that you're getting the full value of its capabilities.
This webinar presents infrared imaging features important for assessing residential buildings and show you how to successfully use the technology year round. See case studies showing how to use thermography to locate insulation and air leakage problems in homes.
The presentation is tailored for people with a wide range of experience using thermography as well as for those who have no experience. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with John by answering challenging questions throughout the webinar.
As a result of this webinar, you will be able to:
- Understand the important features of imaging equipment
- Identify the conditions required for successful thermal imaging of residential buildings
- Specify how to use the technology throughout the year
- Explain how the technology is used to locate problems with insulation and air leakage in residential buildings
Who should watch?
Building performance consultants, home inspectors, HERS raters, residential builders and remodelers, weatherization professionals, residential trade contractors that own or are thinking of owning an infrared camera, building performance educators designers and architects.
- Imaging Equipment
- Industry Standards
- Conditions for success
- Interpreting what you see (or don't!)
- Basic procedure for an inspection
- Examples of what you may see
- Dealing with problems you may encounter
COST—ONE RATE, UNLIMITED ATTENDEES!
This webinar is $89.
Bring your crew—gather as many people as you like in one office, conference room or auditorium and pay one low fee. You must register in advance to view this webinar. Upon registering you will receive a confirmation email that will include a link to the presentation.
If you plan to view the webinar with others at a shared location, only one registration is needed. Separate registration is required for each individual requiring continuing education credit.
Can't watch it live? All of our webinars are recorded for convenient on-demand viewing. Everyone that registers will receive access to the archived presentation.