Infrared Training by Infraspection Institute-the most important investment a . Infraspection application standards provide a blueprint for both specifying and. FAQs. • What is Thermography? • Are There Any Standards for Thermography ?.
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Infrared Training and certification from Infraspection Institute
Infrared thermography is a non-contact, non-destructive test method that utilizes a thermal imager to detect, display, and record thermal patterns and temperatures across the surface of an object. Infrared thermography may be applied to any situation where knowledge of thermal profiles and temperatures will provide meaningful data about a system, object or process.
Thermography is widely used in industry for predictive maintenance, condition assessment, quality assurance, and forensic investigations of electrical, mechanical and structural systems. Other applications include, but are not limited to: There are a number of standards and specifications published for infrared thermography. Currently, standards exist for the certification of personnel, operation of equipment, and inspections of electrical, mechanical, infraspectiom structural systems.
Recognizing the need for standardized lnstitute, Infraspection Institute began publishing guidelines for thermography in 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 ASTM International ASTM.
Beginning inInfraspection Institute guidelines were updated and renamed as standards to reflect their industry-wide acceptance and the best practices they embody.
Eleven comprehensive standards are now available from Infraspection Institute. These documents cover equipment operation, temperature measurement, and specific thermographic applications. The selection and use of applicable standards, specifications, and guidelines are taught in all Infraspection Institute courses. Aside from test equipment, training is the most important investment a company will make in an infrared inspection program.
In addition to understanding the object or system being inspected, thermographers must also understand common error sources that can influence observed thermal data. Infraspection Institute Level I and Level II courses teach infrared theory, heat transfer concepts, equipment selection and operation, how to eliminate or overcome common error sources, and specific applications. Our courses are designed to allow a student to quickly master the insttute enabling a company to see an infraspecrion return on their investment.
Consequently, course content often varies widely between training firms. Infraspection Institute courses are presented without marketing hype and are applicable to all infrared imagers regardless of brand or age.
Infrared Training Course Schedule: Locations and Dates
All Infraspection training courses infrapsection taught by experienced Level III thermographers who have extensive infraxpection experience in providing infrared inspections for a broad range of industries worldwide.
Certification has long been one measure of thermographer competence within the infrared community much in the same way a diploma or degree is used among educational institutions.
With over 35 years in business and nearly 10, graduates worldwide, Infraspection Institute is the oldest and most respected name in infrared certification. These exams are open book tests that are based upon content infraspeciton the subject course. Infraspection certification is good for life and does not expire.
There are no renewal fees associated with Infraspection Institute certification. As an alternative, students may also take their exam via a video conference link to one of our Level III Distance Learning Instructors.
Unlike certifications offered by other training firms, Infraspection Institute certifications have no expiration date and are good for life.
Infraspection Institute does not charge renewal fees nor is it conditional upon your future attendance at technical conferences. Continuing Education Credits are available for several of our training courses.
The Conference Center is easily reached from major highways and is approximately 50 miles from both Philadelphia International and Liberty International Airports. Infrared training classes are also available at several locations worldwide through companies who are licensed to teach using Infraspection Institute training materials.
Locations and dates may be found infraspectlon our Course Schedule Page. On-site infrared training provides a cost-effective alternative to attending open-enrollment classes.
On-site classes may be conducted for any number of students and are generally cost-effective insttitute classes of 5 or more students. We utilize state-of-the-art web servers and dynamic multimedia resources to provide a unique, quality educational experience. With our Distance Learning Courses you can tailor your infrared education through our wide selection of application and industry specific courses. Tuition for Infraspection open enrollment courses includes the following: On-site courses include the above plus field trips.
Meals and meeting space can be provided upon request. Distance Learning Courses include the following: Be sure to join us for 4 days of learning, networking and fun. When you consider everything Infraspection Institute has to offer, there really is no other choice for training. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned professional, our courses and services are without equal in the infrared industry.
We offer unbiased, state-of-the-art training and support services that are applicable to imagers of any type or age.
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With over 35 years experience in infrared training, technical infraspectionn, standards development, and software publishing, we can help you get the most from your infrared inspection program. Give us a call and find out what thousands of other thermographers already know. Back To Top What is Certification?
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