Tag: Infrared Thermography

Look Out Below!

Recently, NKB was called by an existing client to assist them with a problem they began experiencing with ice falling from window sills several stories above the ground.  In mid-January, Old Man Winter comes to Upstate New York and dropped 14 inches of snow in about 36 hours.  Temperatures ranged from 15ºF to 25ºF and […]

Written by on June 16, 2016

Sources of Infrared Radiation

If you are reading this you might be asking yourself, “Self, how do I capture meaningful data with my infrared camera?” Or, “Self, do I know enough of the basics of thermography in order to perform a thermal analysis?” Or, “Self, why in the world are you speaking in the third person?”  In the world […]

Written by on December 15, 2015