Greenbuild 2013 – How to visualise and reduce energy loss

Category: Analyse & Quantify Thermal Images

IRT to present at Greenbuild 2013Hot on the heels of the announcement of our presentation at this year’s Roofex event, we’re delighted to reveal we will also be presenting at Greenbuild 2013 in Manchester.

The conference is Britain’s newest sustainable building and refurbishment event, showcasing the latest renewable technologies as well as covering everything from training opportunities and legislation updates for those in the construction industry to the role infrared imaging in detecting heat loss.

Ray Langford, IRT Surveys’ manager for the Lancashire and Cumbria area, will present on the topic of “Infrared Thermography: Visualising and Reducing Energy Loss”, highlighting the game-changing effect thermal imaging is having on the detection of energy loss. Using real life examples, he will show how IRT’s patented Envision software takes the visualisation of the loss a stage further by actually quantifying it, allowing clients to literally see where they are losing money and exactly how much it is costing them.

The presentation will focus on the following unique features of the technology:

  • Full breakdown of each anomaly’s additional energy use, cost and associated CO2 emission per annum.
  • Quantified images
  • Individual reports and recommendations per build
  • Google Earth integration
  • Spreadsheet analysis
  • Carbon diet planning
  • 3D modeling
  • Meeting CRC targets

Already being seen as one of the most significant events on the green energy calendar, Greenbuild 2013 places a focus on innovation in construction techniques and that’s why we’re delighted to be part of it. Envision has already been used to survey thousands of properties across the world helping them reduce energy loss and allowing their owners to approach the future with unprecedented confidence.

The event takes place from May 8-9 at Manchester Central, with Ray’s presentation in the Purple Seminar room on May 9 from 2.45pm-3.30pm – come and join us!