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New building thermography 360 pages ebook - including blower door and heat flux meter !

Link to buying and pdf preview page: http://www.saige.it/Details.aspx?id=41 This is a rich handbook (over 300 pages in original printed ed…

Started by Davide Lanzoni

3 Jan 10, 2015
Reply by Don Fitchett

Expert Eye Needed

Hi All Wanted 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 abo…

Started by Matthew P

17 Nov 15, 2014
Reply by Ed Minch

Google Thermal View?

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 sta…

Started by Joshua Knittel

4 May 31, 2013
Reply by tedkidd

Infrared Image - What is it?

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 discus…

Started by Fluke Thermal Imaging

6 Apr 26, 2012
Reply by Dale Sherman

Timber Home with no effective air barrier

Hi folks, just another image of a brand new timber home without an effective air barrier, and without sealing tapes.

Started by Davide Lanzoni

1 Apr 11, 2012
Reply by Sean Lintow Sr

New article on infrared thermography

The Journal of Light Construction has long been respected as a place where builders can educate themselves and share information. I was rec…

Started by John Snell

1 Nov 17, 2011
Reply by Jim Klebes

Moisture detection, a fascinating thermal signature

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.…

Started by John Snell

0 Sep 9, 2011

New York first passivhaus ...

... with windows with a better R-value than walls ? http://www.good.is/post/thermogram-shows-the-extreme-efficiency-of-new-york-s-first-pas

Started by Davide Lanzoni

4 Aug 25, 2011
Reply by John Snell

Using thermal imagers in the summer

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 w…

Started by John Snell

5 Jul 7, 2011
Reply by Tyson Pischel

IR and Moisture Meters

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 se…

Started by Bret Monroe

12 Jun 23, 2011
Reply by allen p tanner

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