Infraspection Infrared ThermographyTraining Course

Recognizing the need for standardized procedures, Infraspection Institute began publishing guidelines for thermography in 1988. Since their initial publication, Infraspection Institute guidelines have been adopted by hundreds of companies worldwide and incorporated into documents published by recognized standards organizations such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Beginning in 2007, Infraspection Institute guidelines were updated and renamed as standards to reflect their industry-wide acceptance and the best practices they embody.
Each Infraspection standard provides simple and straightforward procedures along with the requirements for properly documenting test results. Infraspection application standards provide a blueprint for both specifying and performing infrared inspections and are designed to be incorporated into contract documents. These documents are a ‘must-have’ for anyone who specifies, performs, or oversees infrared inspections.

Eight comprehensive standards are available from Infraspection Institute. These documents cover equipment operation, temperature measurement, and specific thermographic applications. Infraspection standards are updated periodically to keep abreast of industry and technological changes. Standards may be purchased separately for $40 each or all eight for $350. Standards are available in English or Spanish.

Standard for IR Inspection of Electrical Systems & Rotating Equipment
Standard for Infrared Inspection of Building Envelopes
Standard for Infrared Inspection of Insulated Roofs
Standard for Infrared Inspections to Detect Pests & Pest Related Damage
Standard for IR Inspection of Recreational Yachts & Small Craft Constructed of Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic and Composite Materials
Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Emittance Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
Standard for Measuring and Compensating for Transmittance of an Attenuating Medium Using Infrared Imaging Radiometers
Standard for Measuring Distance/Target Size Values for Infrared Imaging Radiometers