Level 1 infrared thermography certification consists of 4 days of training, a closed book ISO 9001 approved test, and submission of a field project to the ITC (infrared training center). The IR primer describes in detail the information a Level 1 thermographer must comprehend, test on, and apply to receive this certification.
NSPEC also holds FLIR level 2 and Building Investigation certifications.
NSPEC is certified in Hydronic heating (boilers) and is also a Certified Backflow Specialist. He has EPA credentials for refrigerant handling.
His extensive background in the mechanical trades, as well as these professional credits, make him the most experienced inspector in the Kansas City area.
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