Free Hands-On Thermal Imaging Training Seminars

We, at Fluke, have always been big advocates for education. As some of you know, we deliver hands-on (yes, hands-on—that means you get to play with the imagers!) training seminars all around the country. These seminars are designed to teach you the fundamentals of thermal imaging, how to troubleshoot faster and find problems using the latest thermal imaging technology, and how to reduce operational costs and make money using thermal imaging.

Our highly experienced thermography specialists will provide you with insight into real-world applications for thermal imaging and work closely with you, to design a customized thermal imaging solution that fits your professional needs.

Currently schedule seminars are focused on 3 main subjects:




Upcoming seminars are in Chicago, IL, Brookfield, WI and Madison, WI. Find out if there is one in your neck of the woods, and register HERE!

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