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© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. Leveraging the Power of Thermal Imaging 1/4/2014 Presented by: Mark Boccella
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. Welcome! Thermal Imaging & Thermography Utility Applications – Reliability is Key New Technologies – Optical Gas imaging Building Diagnostics – Energy Analysis Q&A Today we will learn about:
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. What is Infrared? LWLW MW SWSW 0.9 to 1.7µm 1.0 to 5.0µm 8.0 to 13.0µm
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. –Significantly reduce unscheduled power outages –Detects problems quickly, without interrupting service –Assess priorities for corrective action –Minimize preventive maintenance and troubleshooting time –Improving Equipment Reliability & Life –Check for defective equipment while still under manufacturer warranty. Why Infrared for Utilities? Reliability is Key - The Benefits of a Proactive IR Program:
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. 1/4/20145 Infrared Camera Types Small Handheld Solutions for every department Optical Gas Imaging for Natural Gas (Methane) & SF6 Detection Automated Cameras for 24/7 Condition Monitoring High Resolution – Long Distances
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. 1/4/20146 Better Resolution is going to provide a clearer image with more accurate temperature measurements, and have larger FOVs.
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. High Definition Infrared Higher resolution means sharper images Higher resolution means better measurement accuracy at a distance 640x480 = 307,000 detectors CameraLens FOVSingle Pixel Spot Size Ratio 3x3 Cell Spot Size Ratio Distance to 1" spot 320x24024°x18° (std)750:1263:122.5 feet 640x48024°x18° (std)1528:1513:142.75 feet 80x80320x240
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. New Technology – Optical Gas Imaging Petro Refinery Industry SF6 GAS Detection Methane / Natural Gas Detection
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. 1/4/20149 Missing Insulation Wet Insulation Air Infiltration Structural Deficiencies Duct Leaks Degraded seals around windows and doors How about Energy Efficiency in Residential Buildings?
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. ITC © 2008 Missing Insulation How about Energy Efficiency in Residential Buildings?
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. Air Leaks The camera does not see air, but it does see the cooling effect of the cold air on the surface of nearby materials ©2008 Infrared Training Center. All rights reserved.
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. Improperly Blown Cellulose
© FLIR Systems 2009. All Rights Reserved. Important Notes –Infrared inspection requires a sufficient difference in temperature from inside to outside (ΔT of 10°C) for a sufficiently long period of time, to produce discernible differences between areas with studs and areas that may contain insulation. –Wet materials retain heat and change slower than dry areas of the same type building material. –Knowledge of building construction is necessary to properly diagnose the problem. Use IR thermography in conjunction with: –R-Value calculator and energy savings estimator –Dew point and wet spot location –Blower door testing –Duct leak testing ©2008 Infrared Training Center. All rights reserved.
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