Some like it hot! How hot you can now measure precisely and a low cost with our new BP17 pyrometer. The laser measuring device designed for users from the commercial and amateur sectors is perfectly suited for contactless temperature measurement. With this infrared thermometer you can for example spot energy-consuming thermal bridges on the exterior walls of houses, check that the underfloor heating is functioning flawlessly or show heat losses at windows, doors or insulation points.
Here come two superb-quality, professional, universal, precision thermometers. Thanks to their large temperature measuring range, high optical resolution and many other innovative functions, both are bound to be top of everyone’s list for all sorts of industrial maintenance tasks. For the small trade sector, too, for example to help professionally and safely diagnose and maintain heating and air-conditioning systems.
Small, handy and highly precise – the pyrometers of the RP series
The winter did last long enough. Finally, we wake up in the morning because the sun is shining through the window and not because rain patters against the window. More frequently we get the grill out of the shed and put a nice piece of meat or vegetables over live coals.
To make the perfect steak or potato we have our new pyrometers to contact-free measure the surface temperature.
The small and handy devices are also best suitable to control the freezer temperature to always let you know that your beer for the grill party is cold enough.
Our pyrometers are suitable for further applications, of course. When it is very cold in your flat measure the temperature of your heater. When your motor overheats quickly then find the reason with the new RP series. Read More
The TP9 infrared thermometer comes with a free BM15 humidity indicator today. Save € 29 net and benefit from precise surface temperature measurements as well as quick and easy wood or construction humidity measurements.
This special offer allows you to take advantage of numerous beneficial functions and a wide range of possible application. The TP9 can even be connected to a type k contact sensor for external temperature measurements and has a temperature range from -50 °C to +1,600 °C.
This offer is valid only on December 16th.
The report marks the BP 20 infrared thermometer as a very user-friendly and compact device. You only have to aim, activate the device and then immediately read the result off the backlit display. The BP 20 convinces with a measuring range of -35 °C to +850 °C as well as a maximum and minimum function. This infrared thermometer has a weight of only 177 gram and can easily be transported trouser pocket.
If you also want to measure the temperature and the relative humidity with only one device you may have a look at the T250 infrared thermohygrometer.
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