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IR Course for 2nd Quarter 2022 (June 17, 2022)

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Thermal Imaging and Practical Use (In-person Class)

Course Fee: $300 + GST per person, includes lunch (payable at time of booking)
Venue: 1A 27 David Sidwell Place Stanmore Bay Auckland
Date & Time: June 17, 2022 at 9AM to 2PM
Seats are limited to 10 participants.
This in-person course can only accept fully vaccinated individuals. We may request you to provide us a rapid antigen test result a day before the event.

Full Day Course Outline:

This introductory course will provide the attendee with the knowledge that will allow effective measurements to be made with an infrared camera and avoid the common pitfalls in measurement practices that can result in misdiagnosis of a problem.

Theoretical Session (9AM to 11:00AM)

-Definition of Infrared Thermography , Radiation Intensity
-Critical Object Parameters (Emissivity, Reflectivity, Transmissivity)
-Camera Parameters: Field of View, Spot Size, Impact of detector resolution, Thermal Sensitivity (NETD), Level & Span
-Applications (More sample thermal images)
-Short Quiz

Lab works thermal survey applying camera handling techniques (11:30 to 12PM)

Break (12  to 12:30PM)

Practical Quiz & Software reporting session (12:30 to 2:00 PM)

-Data transfer
-Presenting thermograms by trainees
-Post Analysis techniques using Flir Studio Pro or legacy Flir Tools Suite (including trending/health index)
-Report printout generation using Flir Studio Pro or legacy Flir Tools Suite (including trending/health index

Who should attend?

Thermal camera owners
All levels Inspectors
PdM Managers
Maintenance Technicians
Maintenance Engineers

Please bring your own laptop and vaccine pass.

Note: We recommend that the trainees will have acquired his own thermal camera already. It is required to install a thermal software to be able to attend this training. We can provide the installation file for free.

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