New Orleans, Louisiana
January 20 – 23, 2019
Short Courses & Workshops
To be added at a later date
Level II Thermographer
Diamond Technical Surveys, LLC
17814 Echobend Lane
Spring, Texas 77379
Trending Data to Reveal Anomalies
As a thermographer, your job is to present the facts. In our case, the facts are usually presented in visual form (thermographs) and temperature in numeric form.
Radiometric images are harder to trend, but the data they contain can be plotted and tracked. There are a few obstacles to avoid, or at least recognize while recording, plotting, and trending temperature data.
Sometimes, anomalies are not immediately identifiable. Other data pertinent to the process can help identify an anomaly and perhaps determine a root cause. Performing inspections on motors, electrical, refractory lined equipment and furnace tubes, and recording data over time can be immensely helpful to you as an inspector.
This presentation will address the benefits of multiple inspections and data recording over time in an effort to identify anomalies.
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Williamsburg, VA 23185
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