have a thermal imaging camera Fluke Ti55FT in mint condition on sale, used only on 2 training courses, including all standard items (with standard lens) ad an optional telephoto lens that only cost 2500 $.It is a great camera with 320x240 pixel, a stunning display, fusion, rotating lens, thermal sensitivity better than 0,05°C, and many advanced functions as periodic image capure.You cand find this camera on sale on Amazon at huge price new, try on google.Not a joke, it is on sale at 5500 € or…See More
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for reasons too long to explain I own both Minneapolis blower door (with Tecnite) that Retrotec Q1000 (with FanTestic).
With FanTesting it'spossibile to choose for a standard (for example EN 13829, I'm italian so i muest us this…"
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 to sector of building, that approaches the technique both from a theoric and practical point of view. Thermography is explained with a lot of thermal images as examples for physical consequences of formulae, and case histories of several kind of…See More
"It is certainly possible as I no longer have the exact specs for the older windows. My belief, however, is that exterior surfaces of both old and new glazings are uncoated so what we are seeing is related only to the difference in actual heat…"
"Here is another image showing R=10 windows (Serious brand) on the right and conventional double-glazed, nitrogen-filled windows on the left (there is a screen on the right window of these). Interior temperatures are identical in both rooms."
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