Live Webinar Coming in November with John Snell: Mastering Infrared Thermography
Presenter: John Snell, Senior Consulting Trainer, The Snell Group
Sponsored by Fluke
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 | 1:00–2:30pm Central (2:00–3:30pm Eastern)
Learn how to master infrared thermography from John Snell, the nation's pioneer in building thermography. All registrants will be entered in a drawing to win a free Fluke TiR1 Thermal Imager IR Camera ($6,995 value!). Learn how to use the technology properly and ensure that you're getting the full value of its capabilities. This webinar presents infrared imaging features important for assessing residential buildings and show you how to successfully use the technology year round. See case studies showing how to use thermography to locate insulation and air leakage problems in homes. The presentation is tailored for people with a wide range of experience using thermography as well as for those who have no experience.
As a result of this webinar you will be able to:
· Understand the important features of imaging equipment
· Identify the conditions required for successful thermal imaging of residential buildings
· Specify how to use the technology throughout the year
· Explain how the technology is used to locate problems with insulation and air leakage in residential buildings
Free prizes and giveaways—register in advance to win $9,000 worth of prizes
Anyone that registers for the Mastering Infrared Thermography webinar will automatically be entered in several drawings to win a dozen items valued at more than $9,000. You must register by Monday, November 1 to be included in the drawings. Prizes include:
· Fluke TiR1 Thermal Imager IR Camera (One winner, $6,995 value)
Optimized for building envelope, restoration and remediation, inspection and roofing applications. The Fluke TiR1 Thermal Imaging cameras are the perfect imagers for building envelope, restoration and remediation, inspection and roofing applications.
· Level I—Infrared for Building Applications Training (One winner, $1,695 value)
This 32 hour class, offered by the Snell Group, is designed for energy auditors, weatherization contractors, home inspectors and facility maintenance personnel who use thermal imaging or are considering adding the technology to their program. The class will meet the needs of a thermographer looking to inspect residential and small commercial facilities for insulation defects, air leakage problems and moisture related issues including roof systems. The training expires one year from the date issued.
· Snell Group On-Demand Webinars (Ten winners, $59 value)
The Snell Group offers a wide variety of on-demand webinars on infrared technology in the following categories: electrical, mechanical, buildings, roofs, equipment, programs, standards & procedures, IR theory and NDT. Ten registrants will receive free access to an on-demand webinar of their choice. The webinar expires one year from the date issued.
Cost—one rate, unlimited attendees!
This webinar is $89.
Bring your crew—gather as many people as you like in one office, conference room or auditorium and pay one low fee. You must register in advance to view this webinar. Upon registering you will receive a confirmation email that will include a link to the presentation. If you plan to view the webinar with others at a shared location, only one registration is needed. Can't watch it live? All of our webinars are recorded for convenient on-demand viewing. Everyone that registers will receive access to the archived presentation.
For more information or to register online, please click here.
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