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Back by popular demand, the Bite-Size Session titled: “Where’s the Gap? A critical look at how thermography can identify the thermal performance between ‘As Designed’ & ‘As Built’ in Sustainable Buildings”, is to be held in Manchester on the 23rd February 2017. The session will explain the fundamental workings of thermal imaging, with a specific focus on building thermography. Topics will include:

  • Continuity of Insulation
  • Thermal Bridging
  • Air Leakage
  • Thermal Indexing
  • Thermographic Surveys for BREEAM & Home Quality Mark

The session will be presented by Ray Faulkner (ex-chair of the UKTA and Managing Director of iRed) and Bruce Arnold (Senior thermography trainer, UKTA committee member and built environment specialist), who will discuss the use of the latest thermal imaging technology in industry, integration with particular schemes and relevant standards.

The Bite-Size session will feature a hands-on demo with thermal imaging cameras, and will conclude with a Q&A.

For more information and to register to attend, please visit: http://www.greenregister.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=320

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