Our Conference will assist you to be prepared for facing technological challenges within your work environment. Whether you are the "Answer Guy" at your facility or a newcomer to the world of maintenance and industry, IR/INFO will provide you with a foundation for providing solutions and answers to your questions.
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Gas leaks are a common problem in many industrial facilities. Although most gas leaks are invisible to the human eye, Optical Gas Imaging provides a means for visualizing and rapidly locating the source of a leak. Using specially engineered thermal imagers, it is possible ... LEARN MORE
As thermography has matured, standards have appeared governing the conduct of infrared inspections, infrared test equipment and thermographer training. Worldwide, there are several organizations that publish standards and specifications for thermography. While some standards and specs share similarities, there are key differences ... LEARN MORE
One of the greatest challenges facing practicing thermographers is in the area of data management and report generation. Proper data management and efficient report generation are key components of any successful infrared inspection program. While most manufacturers of infrared imagers provide software for the thermal imagers that they produce, ... LEARN MORE
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones offer a whole new dimension for conducting infrared inspections. Technological advancements, combined with lower equipment costs, make aerial thermal imaging more affordable than ever before; however, it is not a ‘fly and shoot’ exercise. Similar to ground-based thermography, drone-based thermal ... LEARN MORE
Flat or low slope roofs are a critical waterproofing component of many commercial buildings. Like any other building component, roofs require periodic inspections and maintenance. When combined with regular visual inspections, infrared imaging can provide critical information for ... LEARN MORE