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Blink Interactive Survey Shows FlukeTI’s Ease of Use

Wondering how the Fluke Ti32 measures up on ease of use? In a video survey conducted by Blink Interactive, 70% of users ranked Fluke as easiest to use overall.  When it came to focusing and capturing images, end-users stated they choose Fluke because of it’s easy-to-use and high quality manual focus, simple picture taking and […]

Slowing Heat Transfer

A tea cozy keeps a pot of tea warmer longer by reducing heat transfer, primarily conductive transfer.

My blog last week was changed at the last minute to talk about Hurricane Irene. Although she “cooled” compared to what was predicted, the damage was significant, especially here in Vermont where 7 inches of rain in our […]

Thermal Solutions and Motor Solutions Conferences by The Snell Group

Are you interested in thermal imaging for Electrical Systems or Weatherization? If so, join The Snell Group for their two-day LIVE online Thermal Solutions conference, Sept. 7-8. Day one features Infrared for Electrical Systems and day two features Thermal Imaging for Weatherization. Webinars consist of three 45-minute segments followed by a question and answer session. […]

The “Tempest in the Teapot” Gets Out

The tea cozy is can keep a pot of tea warm but it could not contain Hurricane Irene this week!

Last week I showed this thermal image of a “tea cozy” in place covering a pot of hot tea and had intended to discuss it further this week. However, Hurricane Irene, has blown her way […]

Owens Corning Employee Chooses Fluke Thermal Imaging for Preventive Maintenance

When Owens Corning, a leader in making homes more energy efficient, discovered a burnt out motor that disrupted their workflow, the plant leader was intent on finding a better way of discovering these types of issues before they resulted in a downtime situation. Fellow employee and seasoned thermal imaging expert Al Loring suggested FlukeTI for […]

Thinking Thermally in the UK

I recently returned from a couple weeks in the UK and am happy to report that Thinking Thermally is alive and well in the place that is (among other things) the home of Sir William Herschel.

One issue for this poor old American is trying to function in a world of Celsius rather than Fahrenheit temperature […]

Fluke TiS Thermal Imager Video Demo

The Fluke TiS Thermal Imaging Scanner is the top-performing imager in its price class and meets the proposed RESNET infrared inspection standards. This thermal camera was designed specifically for building inspection professionals including:

-Home inspectors

-HVAC contractors

-Energy auditors

-Weatherization professionals

-Roofing inspectors

-Restoration/Remediation professionals and more

Boasting a large display and a clear 120×120 resolution, the Fluke TiS is certainly the […]

Teaser Infrared Image – The Answer

The moment you’ve all been waiting for! View the teaser images below, and carefully compare to the visible light answer images.

Teaser Image 1

Teaser Image 2

Teaser Image 3

Answer Image 1

Answer Image 2

The Answer: This was one of those double-takes while walking down a Munich street.   My eyes told me one thing, […]

Be Proactive Instead of Reactive

Buildings and equipment do not maintain themselves. When it comes to preventive maintenance, you have to proactively seek out problems before they occur to prevent unplanned downtime. Thermography can be an invaluable tool to prolong equipment life, save money and increase the safety of your workforce. If it’s your job to keep everything running smoothly […]

Teaser Infrared Image – What is it?

This week we are going to do something a little different with the usual teaser image. Today we provide three images of the same scene… a full visible image, a full AutoBlended image, and a full infrared image. Take a look at these closely. Notice that there are some things in the visible image that […]