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Introduction to Building Analysis
Building Evaluations
Energy Modeling
Building Diagnostics

Initial Blower Door Analysis

Calculating Air Flow

Blower Door Test-Out

Measuring Zone Pressure Imbalance

Duct Leakage and Design Diagnostics

Duct-Induced Air Pressure

Thermographic Inspections

CAZ Depressurization

Base Load Metering
Inspecting Mobile Homes
Building Performance Institute Inc.

Thermographic Inspections

Infrared images are taken by a special camera during the thermographic inspection by the auditor. These images can be very useful in pinpointing specific areas of the home where there is a gap in the air barrier or missing insulation. Understanding how to use the infrared camera during thermographic inspections in order to get the highest quality and most relevant images possible is a critical task for the auditor. The better the images you capture, the easier it is for the crew chief to direct his team in their air-sealing measures.

After completing this lesson, auditors will be able to:

  • Explain what a thermographic camera captures with its infrared images
  • Know how infrared images are best taken
  • Discuss how infrared images improve the weatherization process


Watch our example videos for this lesson by clicking on the link(s) below:
Thermographic Inspections

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