New Live Tutorial from Flir Systems has been Launched

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Scheduled for the next 25th of May, the tutorial will describe how infrared technology is successfully used for gas leak detection

New Live Tutorial from Flir Systems has been Launched
New Live Tutorial from Flir Systems has been Launched

FLIR Systems, through its Infrared Training Centre (ITC), has announced a live online tutorial on 25th May 2017 that addresses the subject 'Discover how you can use infrared technology for gas detection'.

Presented by Steve Beynon, a leading specialist with over 10-years experience of optical gas imaging, this live online tutorial will provide an overview of how infrared technology is successfully used for gas leak detection. Attendees will learn what type of infrared camera is needed, be given examples of gases that can be identified as well as discussing environmental conditions required, safety considerations, and much more. 

A basic overview of thermal science will also be given to demonstrate how this application works. In addition, the tutorial will address what users of this technology can do to get the most out of their equipment.

Click here to register for this free live tutorial session

The Infrared Training Center (ITC) is the training arm of FLIR Systems. ITC infrared certifications are globally recognized and are designed to exceed the requirements of international infrared thermography certification standards. The staff of ITC participate in infrared certification committees to ensure that they are aware of the latest developments in international standards. 

Posted on May 17, 2017 - (618 views)
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