In all types of environment, temperature and humidity are conditions to consider. The variations in these conditions vary according to the climatic conditions of the different working environment and geographical locations.
Research into the environmental effect of temperature and humidity on products and materials is needed to ensure highly safe and reliable production.
There are standards dictate protocols for temperature and humidity ranges, observation frequency, sensitivity and instrumentation. Understanding different techniques and application requirements can guide you in choosing the best instrument for your needs from our wide selection of temperature and humidity testing meters.
The need to monitor temperature and humidity levels in engineering processes is increasing. Product quality, product testing, energy efficiency and comfort in a working environment will often require information of temperature and humidity levels. Different techniques and requirements of use mean that there are several different types of thermometer or humidity meter.
There are a range of products including probe thermometers, surface thermometers, indoor/outdoor thermometers, infrared thermometers and much more.
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