This group is dedicated to knowledge sharing and discussion of infrared thermography for building sciences and energy applications.
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Link to buying and pdf preview page:http://www.saige.it/Details.aspx?id=41This is a rich handbook (over 300 pages in original printed edition, much more in this ebook) about thermography applied…Continue
Started by Davide Lanzoni. Last reply by Don Fitchett Jan 10.
Hi AllWanted to get the opinion of an expert.Attached is a photo of a customer's window.... as you can see there is a large cold spot above the window... Here's my opinion..am I right?The large horizontal cold spot is thermal bridging from the…Continue
Started by Matthew P. Last reply by Ed Minch Nov 15, 2014.
As most of you know, there is more to an energy audit or energy rating (such as a HERS rating) than just the thermal imaging - but this start up company is using it to get a nationwide database going.........Here's a link to the article on…Continue
Started by Joshua Knittel. Last reply by tedkidd May 31, 2013.
We thought it'd be fit to share this infrared image we received from group member, CK Ang, in New Zealand. Just wanted to spark some discussion here on what you guys think this image is of, and what the problem could be. A little background on the…Continue
Started by Fluke Thermal Imaging. Last reply by Dale Sherman Apr 26, 2012.
The Journal of Light Construction has long been respected as a place where builders can educate themselves and share information. I was recently asked to write an article introducing their readers to thermography and how it can be used in the…Continue
Started by John Snell. Last reply by Jim Klebes Nov 17, 2011.
I don't mean to derail folks from this website to ours (I often send folks here too!) but that is exactly what I'm going to do because www.IRTalk.com has a fascinating discussion about thermal signatures of…Continue
Started by John Snell Sep 9, 2011.
Too many thermographers leave their imagers in the case during the summer. This comes, in part, from the way we used to work when imagers were not nearly as sensitive and our understanding of how to use them was limited to winter work.Get the darned…Continue
Started by John Snell. Last reply by Tyson Pischel Jul 7, 2011.
As many of you know the new RESNET Guidelines are being worked on and I am advocating for the use of Moisture Meters to ensure potential serious moisture problems in sidewalls and building substrate material is not being overlooked when identified…Continue
Started by Bret Monroe. Last reply by allen p tanner Jun 23, 2011.