Niveau I - Les applications de la thermographie

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Niveau I - Les applications de la thermographie

Time: February 14, 2011 to February 18, 2011
Location: Holiday Inn Aéroport Montréal
Street: 6500, Côte de Liesse
City/Town: Montréal, QC H4T 1E3
Website or Map: http://www.thesnellgroup.com/…
Phone: 1-514-400-9480 1.905.508.3305
Event Type: training, course, educational
Organized By: Deanna Kaiser
Latest Activity: Feb 14, 2011

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Un cours de 32 heures qui couvre la théorie et les applications avancées de l’infrarouge en : maintenance préventive, assurance qualité, surveillance de processus ainsi que dans le domaine de l’évaluation non destructive des matériaux. Ce cours est orienté vers la thermographie qualitative, et comment suivre les méthodes recommandées et éprouvées de cueillette de données. Les participants sauront comment obtenir des thermogrammes clairs, avec lesquels ils pourront inférer sur le diagnostic.

Le cours de niveau I contient : la théorie de l’infrarouge, les concepts de transfert de chaleur, l’opération des équipements, et les recommandations spécifiques pour obtenir des thermogrammes clairs, concis et simples à interpréter. Les étudiants seront mis au défi quotidiennement par des exercices et travaux pratiques qui simulent des situations d’inspection réelles, similaires à celles qu’ils auront à rencontrer dans leur milieu de travail respectif. Les étudiants seront prêts à mettre en pratique cette technologie étonnante. Ce cours rencontre les exigences académiques pour la certification tel que prescrit par l’ASNT.


Un survol des principales applications inclut :
•    Les systèmes de distribution de l’électricité
•    Les systèmes mécaniques
•    Les systèmes à vapeur
•    Les matériaux réfractaires
•    Les conduits souterrains
•    La thermographie active
•    Les enveloppes de bâtiments
•    Les toits à pente faible
•    L’évaluation non destructive des matériaux
•    Les étudiants apprendront les principales techniques d’inspection reconnues par l’industrie et à l’internationale.

Il n’est pas nécessaire de posséder un imageur thermique pour suivre le cours. Cependant, nous encourageons les participants qui ont des caméras à les apporter, car il y aura plusieurs exercices pratiques durant la semaine.
Ce cours est reconnu par InterNachi (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors) par un crédit de 32 heures de formation continue.

Faites le +1-514-400-9480 ou +1.905.508.3305

 

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