Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

Oct 15, 2020

EIN infrared 400

InfraCanada / InfraQuebec is an annual series of user group meetings across Canada for FLIR and ITC customers. The series provide an opportunity for seasoned and novice thermographers to share their application stories in the effort to expand their infrared knowledge and to help grow their business. Attendees of InfraCanada include facilities mangers, maintenance professionals, home inspectors, disaster recover experts, health and environmental safety officers and engineers. The conference is virtual and free of charge in 2020.

Attendees can expect to learn various real-life applications of thermography from fellow thermographers, discover new thermography applications that could help save your business time and money, and keep abreast of important software updates. Attendees have the added benefit of obtaining up to 8 credits toward ITC recertification by attending both days of the virtual conference.

Go HERE to register

PRESENTERS

Wednesday October 21st

BC Hydro – “Evolution of Infrared within BC Hydro”

FLIR – “Quantitative OGI Experience from the Field”

Enmax – “Electrical Utility Thermal Inspections: Underground Network Tranformer Vaults & Manholes"

SPI – “Ultrasound Technology”

FLIR – “Innovative Test Technologies”

FLIR – “External Skin Temperature for the Utility Industry”

Frisk InfraRed – “Infrared Based Predictive Maintenance

 

Thursday October 22nd

University of Calgary – Building Health

FLIR – “External Skin Temperature for the Building Maintenance Industry”

Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency Service – “Utilizing Thermal Technology in the Fire Service”

SPI – “OGI for Electrical”

Olds College – “Using Infrared Technology to Reduce the Carbon Footprint”

FLIR – “Ultrasonic Imaging in Manufacturing”

Frisk Infrared – “Top Time Saving Processes in Thermal Studios Software”

The 2020 InfraCanada / InfraQuebec event will be hosted virtually via Zoom by the Infrared Training Center and FLIR Systems October 21-22, 2020. Register now

For questions please contact Greg Bork Greg.Bork@flir.com or Darby Randall Darby.Randall@flir.com  .

Nexans Webinar - Key 2021 Electrical Code Changes Impacting Wire and Cable

Nexans Free WebinarJoin NEXANS for a free webinar with Isaac Müller, Applications Engineer for Nexans as he reviews and discusses the changes to the 2021 Canadian Electrical Code related to wire and cable. This free webinar will take place Wed, Jan 27, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST

This webinar includes:
- Updated rules to protect cables (12-514,12-516)
- New conditions of use for wire & cable (Table 19)
- An opportunity to ask your questions

Click here to register today. 


 



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Canadian Electrical Contractor Discussion Group: Ground Wire Before and After

CECD ground wire BA 400This photo is from a house in Ontario… two grounding wires that had been connected on a residential panel. The issue was sorted out by a local electrician. How did they do? How would you approach a job like this?

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