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ITC - HVAC and plumbing inspections short courseITC_logo




This course gives a general introduction to IR thermography and an overview on its specific use for inspections of heating and HVAC systems, and related installations.


During the day you will get introduced to various heating systems before you learn about typical faults and how thermography helps you to locate and analyse these. Emphasis is put on case studies, selected from the field, as well as practical exercises.

Target Group

Beginners and anybody interested in IR thermography, plumbing and HVAC applications.


Pre-requisites and recommendations

Interest for the technology and its applications.

Course Contents

  • Heating systems
  • Pipe tracing and localisation or water circuits
  • Water leaks
  • Moisture and humidity
  • Water radiators
  • Tanks, manifolds and plenums
  • HVAC systems
  • Industrial heat exchangers
  • Data analysis and reports

Proof of Education

Attendees obtain a diploma of attendance.


In order to get the maximum benefit from ITC courses most students find it beneficial to work with their own camera. If possible bring your IR camera and laptop to the course.

To secure your place on this courses please contact us as soon as possible.


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Booklet: Thermal imaging guidebook for R&D Professionals

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