Museum visitors have had the privilege of viewing famous works of art, but ineffective preservation strategies could mean future generations won’t be able.
The testo 104-IR provides quality assurance managers with an infrared thermometer for quick pallet measurements, and a probe for individual products.
The future of HVAC lies in smart building technology, and Testo tools like the Smart Probe Set and the 420 volume flow hood are leading the way.
Caring for livestock and handling the storage and transport of potentially hazardous food can be trying – which is why temperature data logging is a must.
Industries that use baghouses have to always be aware of equipment malfunctions and the record-keeping requirement surrounding them.
Recent findings on diesel emissions and their risk to human health are prompting a new emphasis on nanoparticle testing, and the NanoMet3 can help.
Ventilation and AC technicians are incorporating more Industrial Internet of Things technology each day, and the testo 420 air flow hood fits that mould.
The National Museum of Australia’s collection care and preservation policy establishes the true value of the testo 160 WiFi data logger series.
After a resurgence in black lung disease cases it’s clear that nanoparticle testing for coal mining will play a role moving forward with the testo DiSCmini.
The Mona Lisa survived World War II thanks to quick thinking, but temperature changes could have damaged it. The testo 160 would have been very useful.
The testo 420 air flow hood brings digitisation to a field where many technicians still rely on analogue metres; but that’s not its only advantage.
Even the most subtle of adjustments can have a big impact on gas-powered turbine efficiency, which is why many technicians trust the testo 350 gas analyser.