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Infrared Energy Loss Survey Course
Fees: $499 | Hours: 32 | Type: Distance | Enroll
This course is designed to help you
expand your thermal testing business to include infrared energy loss surveys. Providing this service will help
your clients understand the sources and severity of energy loss in homes and other buildings. Energy loss results
in higher energy bills, personal discomfort, and potential structural and air quality problems from moisture accumulation
in certain areas. A professional infrared energy loss survey report can be used to help remediate insulation problems,
seal air leaks, or prove damages due to poor workmanship or improper installation when the building was constructed.
This course will teach you the use and operation of infrared cameras, how to conduct proper thermal surveys, and
how to prepare and deliver a professional infrared energy loss survey report. You will learn the process for investigating
and positively identifying many different types of energy loss including insulation deficiencies, bypasses, air
infiltration, thermal bridging, and HVAC system problems. A previous Level 1 Thermographer certification is recommended, but not required. You do not need an infrared
camera to take this course.
Level I Thermographer Certification, or 24 course hours in thermography basics, or
equivalent thermography work experience.
This infrared survey course can be taken entirely online, and provides outstanding infrared training for an excellent
value. Written in easy-to-understand language, the thermal training is accompanied by many examples, videos, and
practice exercises to help you become familiar with the concepts.
- Differentiate between missing or inadequate insulation
versus problems with air infiltration and moisture.
- How to locate and seal many thermal bypasses that
siphon energy from buildings during hot and cold seasons.
- Ways to avoid false infrared temperatures that
can result from emissivity and reflectivity of building materials
- Ways to improve the quality of a thermal image
by understanding resolution, palette, range, and image contrast
- Create infrared energy loss survey reports that
document conditions, make recommendations, and use post-processed radiometric images
As you complete each lesson, you will use interactive
flash cards and take practice quizzes that will test and verify your knowledge simultaneously through instant computerized
feedback. Your computer records the results so you can easily track your progress.
The course includes a quick-start DVD that will help guide you in starting a successful infrared business. Other
benefits include infrared energy loss survey report templates, a pre-survey agreement, and our toll free support
to help you get started. When you finish the course and pass the final exam, you will be a Certified Infrared Energy
Surveyor and will possess the knowledge and skills needed to start a full or part-time business, or expand your
existing infrared business.
This course is provided by the Professional
Infrared Training Institute (PITI),
a separate division of our company. Visit the PITI website
for full details.
What You Will Master
- Adjusting and using a thermal
imaging IR camera
- Preparing a site for an infrared energy loss
- Moving an area into transition and establishing
- Defining the scope and limitations of the survey
- Methods for conducting a thermal energy loss
- And much more!
the Complete Course Objectives
Course CD-ROM, Online Course Access, Infrared Business Start-up DVD, Tracking via
the Internet, Energy Loss Survey Template, Computerized Flashcards & Testing, Toll Free Support, Infrared Energy
Surveyor Certification, Free $149 Membership in NAIS, the National Association of Infrared Surveyors.
| Hours: 32 | Type:
Distance | Enroll
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IR Camera Operation
Conducting Thermal Surveys
Energy Loss Survey Reports
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