1st Annual Thermography Conference

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We would like to say a massive thank you to all that attended our Open Day Launch in January this year. On the success of our Open Day we feel that a unique forum for Thermographers who are active technicians in the field would be [...]

Filming Day at IRT

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Our latest Liverpool course was interrupted by a film crew that delved into our company in order to find out what it is we do… buy essay papers from best writers     They had the opportunity to view and film our fantastic training location, [...]

Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning – 26th Sept 2014

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  We had a fantastic day taking part in our first World's Biggest Coffee Morning in support of Macmillan Cancer Support. As you can see from the pictures, we had a huge selection of delicious cakes essay writing all handmade by our office staff. We [...]

New Technology

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At Infrared Training Limited, in order to continually improve our services, our older trainers have been asked to introduce some 'hi-tech' methods to deliver our training courses, to keep in line with advancements in technology within the industry.   buy essay   As infrared thermography [...]

Nuclear Fusion – World Record Attempt

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As well as industrial applications Thermography is becoming increasingly utilised in other areas, such as; Equine thermography, medical thermography and pest detection.

April Image of the month.

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April 1984 - Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa died. Kapitsa was a Soviet physicist who researched strong magnetic fields, low temperatures and cryogenics. He discovered the superfluidity of helium and developed new methods to liquefy gasses. These discoveries would earn him half the 1978 Nobel Prize in [...]

May Image of the Month

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May 1667 - Jakob Chrisophe Le Blon was born. Le Blon was a German painter and engraver that developed the four colour printing method. After learning of Newton's work on colour, he found three primary colours, essaysdigital.com magenta, yellow, cyan, and black could reproduce all [...]

July Image of the Month

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George Johnstone Stoney  Died in July 1911 Stoney was an Irish physicist who was the first to suggest electric charge came in discrete units and is credited for coining the term essay writing 'electron' for the basic unit of charge. He was also one of [...]

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