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Historical Version s - view previous versions of standard. More C Anomalous thermal images from other apparent causes are not required to be recorded; however, if recorded as supplemental information, their interpretation is capable of requiring procedures and techniques not presented in this practice. This procedure allows the detection of cavities where insulation is inadequate or missing and allows identification of areas with apparently adequate insulation. It also offers the possibility of detecting partial-thickness insulation, improperly installed insulation, or insulation damaged in service.

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