FLIR 3-day training advanced Architectural thermography

This 3-day training is developed for those who want to commit to themal inspections of constructions.

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Content training advanced architectural thermography

This course combines building physics so that you can track down frequent architectural problems with thermography.

During this 3-day practical training you will learn among other things:

  • To recognise heat conduction related problems in relation to the building envelope;
  • To detect and analyse humidity related problems;
  • To detect air related problems such as draft and air density.
  • To carry out a blowerdoor test conform the norm.

The training consists of the parts below:

- Heat conduction - Here problems are discussed that specifically related to heat conduction, such as isolation problems, thermal bridges and thermal resistance (hidden building structures):

  • Definition building envelope
  • Temperature profiles in wall structures
  • Heat transport by a building envelope with corresponding parameters such as thermal diffusivity, thermal slowness and heat capacity
  • Different inspection methods according to the standards (qualitative, comparative qualitative, comparative quantitative and qualitative)

- Humidity - Here problems are discussed that are specifally related to humidity, such as relative humidity, condensation and dew point.

- Air - Here problems are discussed that are specifically related to air such as:

  • Air leaks and air density
  • Blowerdoor test according to European norms
  • Pressure profiles in buildings
  • Chminey effect and wind influence

What previous education do I need?

For participating in this course you should have followed the course Level l thermography and have practical experience with architectural thermography.