Workshop participants get hands-on experience ‘seeing’ energy loss

Brad Riser presenting to workshop participants

Brad Riser with FLIR presents operation of infrared cameras

Cosponsoring the Infrared Thermography: Hands-on Training for Utility Systems & Customer Service Applications, Western joined the Clean Energy Ambassadors and Montana State University in Billings to teach MSUB students and other professionals about infrared cameras.

Twenty students who came in on their school holiday joined by 20 employees of publicly-owned electric cooperatives from around Montana to learn about infrared cameras.

The cameras can be used in home energy audits to indicate air leaks or uneven insulation. The cameras also can be used to show hot spots along utility lines or at substations that might indicate a problem to repair.

1 Comment

  • By Al Lewis, June 11, 2012 @ 1:09 am

    I have been reading out a few of your posts and it’s pretty clever stuff. I will definitely bookmark your site.

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