For those that are conducting IR roof surveys, I just came across this seminar offered by Firestone. Looks like a three day class packed full of info on low-sloped roofs. Best of all it’s only 50 bucks.
Might be worth the time for someone close to thier training facilities (Vegas and Indianapolis).
If anyone wants a quick course on inspecting low-slope roofs for moisture, we have a paid webinar that specifically targets that application, including discussions about conditions, safety, techniques, different types of roofs, and shows lots of thermal images.
The attached thermal image shows a built-up roof (BUR) with fiberglass insulation (lighter = wet) being marked out, a relatively straightforward type of roof. Some, like this one, are very easy to inspect, others can be challenging and some are just plain impossible! Again, this may not be a common need for NACHI members but, if you want more information, this is a relatively painless way to get it: