This issue’s main focus, which was directed by the Institute’s Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council (BETEC), explains the refinements in thermal (or infrared) imaging and how the use of such technology can offer building professionals ways in which to improve the performance of their buildings.
February’s theme is “Seeing (Infra)Red in Building Enclosures: Investigating Moisture Problems with Thermal Imaging,” and contains the following articles in the jouranl:
- Moisture investigations using thermal cameras
- Using infared thermography in flat and low-sloped roofing systems
- Thermal imaging helps locate enclosure air leakage
- A quantative analysis of thermal bridging
- Tips and traps on exterior thermographic inspections for building owners
To see the complete edition, please go to the National Institute of Building Sciences website (free subscription).