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Upcoming Webinar on 6/01: Mastering Infrared Thermography

Please join us TOMORROW for Efficiency First’s Webinar!

Mastering Infrared Thermography: Tools & Techniques
Wednesday, June 1st @ 12:30 pm EST

This webinar presents infrared imaging features important for assessing residential buildings and will show you:

The important features of imaging equipment
How to use the technology throughout the year
How to identify the conditions required for successful thermal imaging of […]

How a Fluke Ti32 Thermal Imager Sees a Harley Davidson

…as a hot piece of metal!

Just the other day, Walt Greenwood contributed a story to The Kneeslider–a motorcyle technology blog. What does this have to do with thermography, you may ask? Well, Walt recently borrowed a Fluke Ti32 Thermal Imager to check the performance of his newly restored 1932 Harley Davidson motorcycle, and managed to […]

Remarkable New Infrared Imaging Systems I am stunned!

I am stunned! After 28 years of using thermal imagers, I’ve recently used one that allows me to see things I have never seen before. The price? Under $10,000! Now I realize a $10K system is far from the least expensive system on the market—which gets you asking, as you should be, why should you […]

Goodbye 2010…

The Winter Solstice this week marks the shortest day of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere. It has been a fascinating “spin around the Sun” these past twelve months, and we also end the year with a total lunar eclipse of the full moon! To our friends in the Southern Hemisphere, we wish you […]

Rockwell Automation Fair 2010

All of us from the Fluke Industrial team are running on a bit of adrenaline as the 2010 Rockwell Automation Fair, in Orlando, FL comes to a close. Everything about this year’s event was intensely positive and at times a little overwhelmingly so—but the buzz around the Fluke booth was unmistakable so we are really […]

Correcting Measurements Through Infrared Windows

Over the past several weeks, we’ve seen how essential it is to make corrections to the raw data our imaging systems detect. Without these adjustments to emissivity and reflected background temperature, we can never achieve the ±2ºC accuracy that our systems are capable of achieving in ideal circumstances.

One additional correction—for the partial transmission of radiation […]