If you work on HVAC/R systems, you need one simple tool to help you find problems quickly and show customers that you've fixed the problem. It's a FLIR infrared camera for HVAC/R.
These affordable systems start at less than $400 and offer the resolution, temperature measurement, and thermal sensitivity needed to troubleshoot any HVAC/R system. Once you've experienced the power of thermal imaging for yourself, you may wonder how you ever worked without it!
A FLIR imager is one of the most valuable tools available for a seasoned commercial HVAC Technician. Also, my FLIR E8 has operated flawlessly since purchasing and has helped find and explain many things with customers.
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FLIR has given us an increased ability to diagnose issues in industrial settings, steam traps, loose electrical connections, high temperatures on boilers and equipment.
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Whether it's an air leak, water leak, or electrical short, your FLIR will show you where to begin repairs.
Thermal imagery provides your clients with proof that you've found the problem and repaired it properly.
Offering thermal inspections will give you that competitive edge and allow you to provide service faster and more efficiently.
Rooftop HVAC equipment plays a critical role in maintaining proper indoor air quality in most commercial buildings. The installation and condition of this equipment directly affects operating costs, equipment life expectancy, occupant comfort and building tenability. As such, optimizing equipment performance is a high priority for all building stakeholders.
Building inspectors have been using FLIR thermal imaging cameras for energy audits for decades, but the investment cost prevented many building and installation companies from buying one. In recent years increasingly affordable models have entered the market. One of the building professionals that leaped at the opportunity is Björn Blomgren of the Nybro, Sweden, based service company Hammarstedts.
Learn everything you need to know about using thermal cameras for HVAC/R repairs with the Infrared Training Center. The ITC offers in-person training courses, as well online webinars that cover key concepts and show you how to quickly find leaks, installation errors, system failures, and more.
ITC is the world leader in IR thermography training, offering hands-on instruction and extensive application and software labs. ITC training courses will increase your credibility, enhance your career, and help you build your business.