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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 […]

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 […]

What is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging: n. The detection of surface temperatures by capturing the emitted infrared radiation. That’s how we define thermal imaging, but how is it applicable and useful to you?

Thermal imaging can help detect many inefficiencies around your work place and even your home. In the workplace you can identify problems that could create down […]

How Things Have Gotten Hot

Last week I talked about climate change. While we used to call this “global warming,” it is clear the changes are much more complex. Thus the changes to our global climate may be predominantly warming, but there are also places that have a net cooling and many more places where, most noticeably, there is simply […]

Fluke Imagers Featured on Electric TV

Michael Stuart was recently featured on a special thermography web episode on ElectricTV.  In the video, Michael displays his expertise and walks us through a few common situations that demonstrate some of the usual electrical and electro-mechanical applications of thermal imaging.  From the electrical distribution panel to motors and pumps, Michael shows us where we […]

Wow, It Is Hot, and It Is Not Even August Yet!

Thermography is often described as both art and science. While everything we do is based on the laws of physical reality, much of our work is interpretation of how those laws apply. I would suggest a similar conundrum exists for our understanding of climate change, formerly known as “global warming.” What is happening to the […]

John Snell Featured on WX TV

Just recently, John Snell was featured on a WX TV weekly production on weatherization.  For those of you who are unfamiliar with the department of energy’s weatherization assistance program, since 1977 it has provided high-quality measures, such as insulation and air sealing, to reduce home energy use for qualified low-income citizens. Infrared cameras are being used more […]

A Bunch of Hot Air

I know readers have enjoyed Michael Stuart’s wonderful Teaser Infrared Images posted every week in the blog. While I may have infected him with the “IR Bug,” the “fever” he caught has taken him places I can’t be responsible for (even if I’ve been with him some of the time).

I was particularly intrigued by the […]

Thermally Pleasant Summer Reading

Many of us find a bit of time in the summer to pick up an extra book or two to read. My wife often smiles wryly at my choices, which are not necessarily on the NYTimes Bestseller List, but rather tend toward some nonfiction piece on biology or physics.  Here are a few items I […]