The Dewpoint Meter enables testing for the estimation of the probability of condensation on a surface to be painted and establishing whether conditions at the job site are suitable for painting or not.
The steel surface temperature generally should be at least 3°C above the dew point when paints are applied. Below this temperature the Dewpoint Meter will sound an alarm and the display colour will change to warn you that the surface conditions are not suitable too paint.
Supplied in an industrial Carrying Case with Humidity Sensor, Surface Temperature Probe. Calibration Certificates are an optional extra. Measurements of relative humidity, dew point, air temperature are shown. Surface temperature and surface temperature proximity to dew point are shown when using the surface temperature sensor.
Interchangeable Humidity Sensor and Surface
Temperature Probe allow the user to replace damaged or out-of-calibration-date Sensor and Probe.
The Calibration Certificates with traceability to UKAS are an optional extra. The Certificates are supplied as hard copy and are available online.
Supplied in an industrial foam-filled Carrying Case with a Humidity Sensor and Surface Temperature Probe.