• Reliable measurement technology is crucial not only for the optimization of HVAC installations (heating, ventilation, air conditioning), but also for maintaining adequate indoor air quality, which affects the well-being of employees.
  • We offer a wide range of tools and measurement solutions for HVAC installations. The devices are available in various versions - wall-mounted or for direct installation in ventilation shafts.
  • Measured parameters: relative humidity, temperature, CO2 concentration, particulate matter concentration, VOC concentration, barometric pressure, pressure difference, air flow.


  • Lighting and climatic conditions are factors that strongly influence museum exhibits or materials stored in archives. Maintaining that conditions at an appropriate level effectively slows down the process of chemical and biological degradation.
  • The ideal conditions for this type of application are: a temperature in the range of 18-22 ° C, a relative humidity at about 50% RH with slight fluctuations, and lighting from 50 to 200 lux.
  • Important parameters are also the dew point temperature, the content of volatile organic compounds (VOC) in the air, and the concentration of carbon dioxide.
  • Increased carbon dioxide concentration negatively affects air quality, affecting the well-being and satisfaction of visitors and staff.


  • Humidity, temperature and CO2 concentration measurement is important indicator for intelligent management of greenhouses.
  • Appropriate climate conditions in greenhouses are the key to healthy and wholesome crops.
  • Even a slight deviation from the desired climatic parameters may lead to a reduction in product quality. For example, too high humidity in a greenhouse may cause the growth of harmful fungi and diseases that adversely affect the harvest.


  • Humidity measuring devices are indispensable in the pharmaceutical industry. Changing the humidity adversely affects the quality of drugs, so it is important to monitor the climat.
  • Measurement of humidity does not only apply to the production stage, but also to storage and transport, in which appropriate conditions must be ensured, so that the product delivered to the customer has the highest quality and desired properties.
  • For example, insulin and some antibiotics must be stored in special refrigerators where the temperature must be between 2 ° C and 8 ° C. Exceeding this range will adversely affect the quality and properties of the drug.


  • Drying is an essential part of some production processes. Maintaining the appropriate level of humidity leads to ensure high quality of the product while optimizing costs.


  • Controlling air parameters is essential in medicine. Unsuitable climatic conditions can may lead to growth of microbes and viruses.
  • Differential pressure measurement is crucial in maintaining the sterility of operating theaters.


  • Maintaining appropriate climatic conditions in server rooms or data centers ensures the durability and efficiency of the equipment. Maintaining the optimum temperature and relative humidity values will prevent condensation and reduce the risk of electrostatic charges (caused by low humidity).
  • This is possible thanks to the integration of precise measuring systems and HVAC actuators.


  • IoT solutions are becoming more and more popular both in industry and in everyday life.
  • The well-thought-out integration of machines, control systems and measuring devices can significantly improve product quality and its profitability.


  • Maintaining optimal temperature and relative humidity is extremely important in the electronics industry.
  • Too high humidity during production adversely affects the quality and durability of the electronic elements.
  • Differential pressure measurement is crucial for maintaining the sterility of rooms in the case of semiconductor components.


  • Monitoring climate parameters is important, also in the automotive and aviation industries.
  • Individual components and entire systems are tested for resistance to various weather conditions. Based on these tests, the life of an element can be estimated.


  • The ceramics industry requires constant control of air parameters (relative humidity and temperature) in production rooms.
  • Rapid temperature changes in the drying process should be avoided to prevent deformation and cracks.
  • A properly managed drying process minimizes energy consumption. The drying process in the ceramics industry can take up to several days, so it is necessary to use sensors with high measurement stability, also at high temperatures.


  • Physical parameters measurement such as temperature and relative humidity is extremely important in the food industry. Monitoring these values allows to properly organize the production, storage and transport processes of food.
  • The production of bakery products requires constant monitoring of humidity and temperature. For example, if the dough is too cold during preparation, it may cause holes in the bread.


  • In the meat industry, especially in order to achieve optimal maturing and drying conditions, it is necessary to monitor and maintain appropriate parameters such as air humidity and temperature.
  • Cheese production is a long and complex process, the success of which largely depends on the climatic conditions during the subsequent production stages. Due to the high air humidity in the maturation process, it is necessary to use appropriate sensors. An important aspect in this application is the need to calibrate the measuring devices at the place of operation, due to the high exposure to chemical agents (e.g. ammonia).


  • Climate monitoring is essential in the production of pasta, especially in the drying and storage of raw materials. Controlling and maintaining optimal conditions prevents quality defects in the product. Regular calibration ensures that the monitoring of humidity and temperature in food production is always in line with legal requirements and standards.
  • Accurate measurement of humidity is important in the production of tobacco products. Too high temperature during production will cause the tobacco to absorb moisture, which can deteriorate the quality of the finished product.


  • The production of high-quality leather and textiles requires constant control of climatic conditions - temperature and humidity.
  • Paper and cardboard are very sensitive to humidity. Humidity measurement at the stage of production, processing, storage and distribution can have a significant impact on the quality of the final product. In the drying phase.


  • Many materials are sensitive to moisture and/or temperature. Changing climatic conditions can affect the properties and characteristics of the product (texture, color, structure,…). Monitoring of physical parameters such as air humidity, temperature or dew point should cover the production, storage and processing stages.
  • The use of water-based paints requires precise control of climatic conditions. Manufacturers of paints and varnishes simulate the conditions to which their products will be exposed. Tests are carried out in climatic chambers, where the resistance of paints/varnishes to changing humidity is monitored.