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Online  — For nearly 40 years, Infraspection Institute have prided themselves on providing world-class training, certification, and support for infrared thermographers from around the globe.

As part of our commitment to supporting our graduates and the profession of thermography at large, Infraspection are pleased to announce a unique resource for practicing thermographers – Video FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).

Produced by Infraspection Institute personnel, our video FAQs provide accurate, straightforward answers to the most commonly asked questions in thermography and thermal imaging.

Hosted online by Infraspection Institute, these short videos (less than 60 seconds) are available to anyone wishing to add professional content to their website(s). Subscribers are able to select the questions which are most appropriate for their website. Participation is voluntary and one may opt out at any time.

Best of all, this unique service is provided FREE of charge.

How Do I Get Started?

Simply fill out the Video FAQ Subscription Form by providing the requested information. Be sure your email address is correct in order that we may contact you with important updates for our video FAQs as they become available. Because we value your privacy, your information is kept confidential and will never be sold or shared with others without your express consent.

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