The completely new designed BP17 pyrometer in the classic Trotec industrial look impresses with its clear design language and high functionality. In a range from -50 °C to +380 °C, the equally reliable and precise infrared thermometer allows for contactless surface temperature measurement. This way you can very easily check the functional reliability and energy efficiency of electrical devices, motors, cooling systems or walls and the like. And you don’t even have to get too close to hot or cold surfaces.
For those who are already almost done with the spring clean, the best part of the job awaits: With a quick flick of the wrist, old reliable items can look new again simply by moving around a chest of drawers or a table lamp. And you can give things a breathe new life into a room with one or two brand new accessories: Our best recommendation for this is the TVM 17 floor fan, which is finally available for delivery – the large cooling device looks good and lives up to its visual promise: Pure refreshment!
As the days are getting warmer, the heating thermostat control beckons. However, if the temperature in bedrooms at night or in hardly-used rooms sinks too low, the “mould alarm” is sure to sound! This is because damp air will start to condense in the cold parts of the home: the basis for the formation of mould that is dangerous to health. But where do mould and damp air actually come from?
Isn’t it great when each day is warmer than the one before? But for some people, enthusiasm for the upcoming midsummer is already starting to cool off a bit. With good reason, since heat is an extreme burden on organisms: If the outside temperature is close the body temperature, there is an increased danger of a circulatory collapse. In order to reduce this risk as much as possible, we have developed the ‘Trotec tips to beat the heat’ series – so that you can get through the summer while keeping cool!