Keeping your facility energy efficient can mean big savings – which makes investing in Testo’s line of high-quality thermal imaging systems a must.
Category / Preventative Maintenance
Finisar’s technology is reliant on precise temperature and humidity readings, otherwise they risk a meltdown. Here’s how Testo helps keep systems in control.
Museum visitors have had the privilege of viewing famous works of art, but ineffective preservation strategies could mean future generations won’t be able.
Industries that use baghouses have to always be aware of equipment malfunctions and the record-keeping requirement surrounding them.
The preservation and conservation of artwork is a social responsibility that shouldn’t be taken lightly; unfortunately, that isn’t the case at the Armenian National Gallery. Over 25,000 paintings have been subjected to harsh environmental conditions that are beginning to compromise their integrity, according to a report from Hetq, an investigative journalism non-governmental organisation. It serves as […]
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.
Conservation and restoration are crucial elements of a painting’s longevity, and the testo 160 data logger series has become indispensable in doing so.
Biopharmaceuticals have become a key component of the industry, which has raised the importance effective temperature monitoring plays on a daily basis.
National Manufacturers Week is set to kick-off on the 9th of May, and attendants will be able to view a wide selection of Testo tools at stand number 2740.
Preventative maintenance is the strategy of the future, and testo thermal imaging cameras are paving the way for technicians to get on board.
The team at Testo are big proponents of regular service and calibration. For our popular testo 310 and 320 gas analysers, that service just got more affordable.
The current and voltage tester is an essential addition to any electrician’s toolkit. Are you sure you have the most suitable equipment in your kit?
Thermal imaging works by converting the infrared radiation emitted by an object into a picture the human eye can easily interpret.