Using a First Surface Mirror

Proper conduct of an infrared inspection requires line of sight access to the object(s) being inspected. A first surface mirror can often be utilized to inspect components that may be obstructed or obscured.Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

Infrared Equipment – New or Used?

Purchasing a pre-owned thermal imager can result in significant savings over the cost of a new unit. Prices for new thermal imagers can range from under $1000 to tens of thousands depending upon features and capabilities.Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

A Crash Course on Drone Liability

The use of aerial drones in the commercial practice of infrared thermography to monitor, inspect, investigate and document property conditions has become a commonplace.Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

IR Inspection Windows – See What You’ve Been Missing

An Infrared Inspection Window is a window that is used to separate environments of differing pressures or temperatures while allowing light energy at a specified electromagnetic wavelength to pass between the two environments. Source: IR/INFO.ORG…

Infraspection Institute Announces Release of Updated Standards for 2022

Burlington, NJ March 1, 2022 – Infraspection Institute has announced the release of updated versions of its popular series of Standards for infrared thermography. All twelve Standards have been revised to keep abreast of technological and industry changes. Source: Infraspection Institute News…