Climate Condition Monitor
In the protective coatings industry, moisture can form on the surface when the surface temperature is low enough to cause condensation from the atmosphere. The Dewpoint temperature (Td) is the point at which this occurs. The Climate Condition Monitor allows you to test for all the relevant climatic conditions.
Monitoring the surface temperature (Ts) relative to the air temperature (Ta) and its relative humidity (%RH) allows the dewpoint temperature to be calculated and compared to the surface temperature. This difference in temperature (TΔ) is the key parameter dictating when it is safe to apply the coating.
The Elcometer 319 Dewpoint Meter has a robust temperature sensor that is designed to measure and record all relevant climatic parameters required to determine whether the conditions are suitable for painting.
- A hand-held dewpoint meter with both manual and automatic data logging in one gauge
- Integrated magnets allow the dew point gauge to be attached to the substrate during remote logging
- Stores 25,000 records in up to 999 batches
- Dustproof and waterproof gauge with fully sealed sensors (equivalent to IP66)
- Gauges can be recertified at Elcometer Authorised Service Centres
- Robust temperature sensors
- Easy to use, intuitive menu structure
- Measure and record climatic parameters:
- Relative humidity
- Air temperature
- Surface temperature
- Dewpoint temperature
- TΔ (the difference between surface temperature and dewpoint)
- Dry Bulb temperature
- Wet Bulb temperature
- External temperature correction (K-type)
- Specific Humidity
- Visual and audible indication of user defined limits for any or all parameters
- USB and Bluetooth® data output to ElcoMaster® software
The ElcoMaster software allows you to generate a report at the push of a button. You can log the readings on the instrument and then download them at a later date or you can record live readings with the gauge hooked up to a laptop or similar.