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Intelligent IR Windows technology boosts safety

21st February 2013


Infrared thermographers are being urged to log on and learn more about brand new IR Windows technology developed by CorDEX Instruments to boost safety in a series of free webinars.
 
IR windows are crucial for maintenance professionals across most industries who need to inspect hundreds of electrical connections and components, while never opening the energised electrical equipment in accordance with safety standards such as NFPA70E or CSA Z462. The technology is designed to protect against the risk of arc flash hazards, a type of explosion which can pose significant safety challenges wherever industrial electrical equipment is used.
 
The 30 minute webinars, which start on Wednesday, 18 July at 10am and 3pm Eastern Standard Time in the United States and 3pm and 8pm British Summer Time, will feature presentations by CorDEX’s US sales manager Scott Lang as well a live audio question and answer forum on Intelligent IR Windows technology.
 
Business development director for CorDEX Instruments, Marcus Halliday, said: “There has been a marked increase in the need for effective electrical infrared inspection and thermal imaging in recent years and our range of Intelligent IR Windows take inspection and predictive maintenance to a new level of safety, efficiency and accuracy.
 
The sessions will cover a range of topics including Infrared Window Transmission, IR Window Certification and IR Window Installation and Applications.
 
CorDEX Instruments has built a strong reputation for developing and manufacturing hand-held technologies ideally suited to the hazardous environments of the energy industry and its Intelligent IR windows allow inspections to be carried out with minimum fuss and without the need to shut down the equipment or use bulky protective clothing while it is live.
 
The company’s IW3000 and IW4000 Intelligent IR Windows have been developed to help companies comply with NFPA70E electrical safety standards and are fully certified and tested to UL50, UL50V and UL1558.
 
CorDEX Instruments has also developed a smartphone app which for the first time allows engineers to use the company’s specialist software on-site while inspecting its IW Series Intelligent IR Windows. The free app provides the ability to create installation lists, tag details and photos with specific IW Series Windows and email requests to the user's purchasing department or a local distributor.
 
The webinars will take place on:
 
* Infrared Window Transmission Correction .
Wednesday, July 18, Thursday, July 19 and Friday, July 20
10am and 3pm Eastern Standard Time in the United States and 3pm and 8pm British Summer Time
 
* IR Window Certifications.
Wednesday, July 25, Thursday, July 26 and Friday, July 27
10am and 3pm Eastern Standard Time in the United States and 3pm and 8pm British Summer Time
 
* IR Window Installation and Applications.
Wednesday, August 1, Thursday, August 2 and Friday, August 3
10am and 3pm Eastern Standard Time in the United States and 3pm and 8pm British Summer Time
 
For more information, visit http://windows.cordexinstruments.com









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