Further measuring instruments
Temperature measurement with thermal imagers
In contrast to penetration thermometers, thermal imagers do not measure temperatures inside a measurement object, but on its surface. To do this, they measure the thermal radiation emanating from the object and convert it into a thermal image. Thermal anomalies can then be very quickly and clearly identified on this image. Thermal imagers are often used in preventive maintenance or in the construction industry to detect weak spots on systems or buildings
For many applications, it is not enough just to measure temperatures. The temperature must be recorded as a time progression, especially for the storage of sensitive goods, such as food. Temperature data loggers are suitable for this. Unobtrusively attached to the wall, they measure and document temperatures and other ambient conditions at freely selectable intervals.
Measuring surface temperatures
With temperature measuring strips and an appropriate surface temperature meter, you can quickly record the surface temperature of a measurement object. Ideal if direct contact with the object does not present a problem.
Smart, non-contact measurement
Infrared thermometers are perfect for the non-contact measurement of temperatures from a distance. The Smart Probes are in turn available for a wide variety of measuring tasks. The main attraction for you: they are operated entirely via your smartphone/tablet and the testo Smart Probes App.