Deadline for abstract submissions is 31 July 2017 Online. — Infraspection Institute are pleased to announce that their annual Advanced Training Conference, Technical Symposium and Technology Expo on infrared thermography, … Continue reading
Infraspection Institute Announces Memorial Scholarships for Veterans
Named in honor of the Infraspection Institute’s late Co-Director, the scholarships are available to veterans of the US Armed Forces who enroll in Infraspection Institute’s Level I, II and/or III thermographer training courses.
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Training for Certified Infrared Thermographers®
Burlington NJ, USA — In 2011 many companies will be enhancing their business strategies. Infraspection Institute has announced that their strategies and goals will remain committed to the global advancement of Infrared Thermography as a science and profession.
They remain committed to providing clients with timely accurate information through training, consulting and publications. Most of all, they remain committed to supporting clients with the best service the industry has to offer.
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Great New Venue – Jan. 10 – 13, 2010 !!
Burlington NJ & Orlando FL, USA — Warm weather, sunny skies, and the world’s premier gathering for thermographers and NDT professionals. Of course we’re talking about IR/INFO, the one IR event you can’t afford to miss! Continue reading →
SuccessIRies™ 101 and 102 are currently being offered free of charge
SuccessIRies™ courses are available 24/7 via an internet connection and cover a wide variety of topics of interest to thermographers, maintenance personnel, and inspection professionals.
According to Jim Seffrin, Director of Infraspection Institute, “Our new SuccessIRies™ courses enable thermographers the opportunity to advance their training and skill sets quickly and easily. Available topics include, but are not limited to, advanced infrared applications, test equipment, safety, business, and best practices.”
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- Standard for Infrared Inspection of Electrical Systems & Rotating Equipment
- Standard for Infrared Inspection of Insulated Roofs
- Standard for Infrared Inspection of Building Envelopes
- Standard for Infrared Inspections to Detect Pests and Pest Related Damage
- Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Emittance Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
- Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Reflected Temperature Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
- Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Transmittance of an Attenuating Medium Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
- Standard for Measuring Distance/Target Size Values for Infrared Imaging Radiometers
Infraspection Institute Releases New Standards for Infrared Thermography
Burlington, NJ, USA — February 13, 2008 — Infraspection Institute has announced the release of eight new standards for infrared thermography. Four of the new standards cover thermal imaging applications and four are dedicated to equipment operation and temperature measurement.
Jim Seffrin, Director of Infraspection Institute, states, “We are very excited about the release of our new standards. One of the most common requests among thermographers is to have a uniform set of industry standards. In fact, standards were high on the wish list of several attendees at our recent IR/INFO conference.”
Recognizing the need for standardized procedures, Infraspection Institute began publishing guidelines for thermography in 1993.
Since their initial publication, Infraspection Institute guidelines have been adopted by hundreds of companies worldwide and incorporated into documents published by recognized standards organizations such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).
Beginning in 2007, Infraspection Institute guidelines were updated and renamed as standards to reflect their industry-wide acceptance and the best practices they embody.
Eight comprehensive standards are now available from Infraspection Institute. These documents cover equipment operation, temperature measurement, and specific thermographic applications. Current titles include: