How To Go About Measuring Home Ventilation & Air Condition

by James Adams

It’s known that conditioning and engineering can become a very complicated matter. First, you need to make sure that the building have the capacity to provide sufficient ventilation to keep their occupants healthy and homes safe.

To get the variables right you need to go through careful planning and have many things in mind such as high energy efficiency, hygiene and indoor air quality.

In order to be able to ideally adjust air conditioning and ventilation systems, a lot of variables come into play.

In all cases, make sure that ventilation systems are carefully sized to meet the effective code requirements, that the equipment selected bears the HVI-Certified label and that it is installed to meet manufacturers’ requirements to assure long-term homeowner satisfaction.

The parameters required to measure air conditions are flow, humidity, temperature, pressure, absolute pressure, lux, sound, CO2, volt and milliampere.

These parameters is all measurable using probes supplied by Testo. They all offer low energy consumption, high operational safety and long-term availability.

After eight years of continuously development Testo produced a sensor meeting very high precision, long-term stability, response time and temperature tolerance.

Before approval for use by customers, Testo let the humidity sensor go through a thorough testing phase for more than a whole year.

Apart from their reliable reference instrument Testo 400, Testo offers a highly precision multi-function meter for indoor air quality. It’s called Testo 435.

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