Fluke announces seminars

30 January 2007

Fluke will kick-off a programme, focussed on predictive maintenance, with two thermal imaging seminars.

The seminars, to be held in Croydon on March 8 and Leeds on March 29, are free for pre-registered delegates and will run from 9.30 till 12.30.

The manufacturer will cover various aspects of thermal imaging and how it can be used as part of a predictive maintenance and condition monitoring programme. The technology to be discussed is claimed to be suitable for a wide range of industrial maintenance applications and the seminar will focus on electrical systems and power quality.

Fluke says it welcomes those with no experience in thermal imaging. All attendees will receive a copy of Fluke’s ‘Thermography in Industrial Applications’ DVD and a thermography applications pack. The company’s range of thermal imaging cameras will be on display and available for demonstration.

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