Temperature and humidity are the foundation of indoor air quality (IAQ). We rely on HVAC equipment to maintain acceptable temperature, humidity and ventilation levels for occupant health and comfort, and, now more than ever, to help regulate building health and manage increasing energy costs. The relationship between HVAC equipment, occupied space requirements, building materials, weather conditions and pressure differentials is an ever-changing dynamic process for indoor air diagnostics (IAD).
1. Fluke 972B/972ES Temperature Humidity Meter NEW PRODUCT!
The Fluke 972 Series Temperature Humidity Meter can quickly and easily collect accurate humidity and temperature data. It features streamlined industrial design and is comfortable to hold. Simplified buttons require no complicated operations. The selected high-precision sensors ensure that reliable data is collected. The Fluke 972 Series is an indispensable environmental monitoring tool for facility maintenance and engineering technicians, HVAC service contractors, R&D and manufacturing engineers, and professionals involved in indoor air quality (IAQ) assessments.
The Fluke 925 is an economical and durable vane anemometer designed to measure wind speed, air flow and wind temperature conveniently. With a separate air flow sensor and display, the Fluke
925 provides the user the flexibility to measure air flow in a variety of locations. Vane anemometers are well suited to measure air flow in residential and commercial buildings as part of regular maintenance checks.
Fluke 930 is a handheld tachometer and is equivalent to a Fluke 931 with minimum configuration and can accurately measure the revolutions per minute (RPM) or surface speed and distance. With only the non-contact measuring function provided, it's more affordable and offers consistent quality.
The Fluke 931 tachometer is a handheld tachometer, which integrates the contact and non-contact speed measurement functions and can accurately measure the revolutions per minute (RPM) or surface speed and distance. Fluke 930 is equivalent to a Fluke 931 with minimum configuration. With only the non-contact measuring function provided, it's more affordable and offers consistent quality.
The Fluke 941 is a handheld luminometer than can measure visible light sent from a variety of light
sources, to include fluorescent, metal halide, high pressure sodium, or incandescent lamps. With an extension cord to the light meter and separate display the Fluke 941 provides a handheld tool to accurately measure light in multiple environments. The Fluke 941 is a portable tool that measures light up
to 20,000 fc of lux with an accuracy of .01 fc/lux.
The Fluke 945 Sound Level Meter has been designed to meet the measurement requirements of safety Engineers, Health, Industrial safety offices and quality control in a wide variety of industrial environments. It offers two types of measurements: A weighting and C weighting. The A weighting is for general
noise sound level and the C weighting is for measuring sound level of acoustic material control in various environments. The Fluke 945 conforms to the IEC651 Type 2, ANSI S1.4 Type 2, and JISC1502 requirements for Sound Level Meters.
The new Fluke 985 Particle Counter is the preferred choice for HVAC and IAQ professionals. From filter testing to IAQ investigations, the Fluke 985 is the portable solution for determining airborne particle concentrations. Use the Fluke 985 to immediately respond to occupant complaints, or as part of a comprehensive preventive maintenance program.
Temperature and humidity are two important factors in maintaining optimal comfort levels and good indoor air quality. Quickly and conveniently take accurate humidity and temperature readings with the Fluke 971.The Fluke 971 is invaluable for facility maintenance and utility technicians, HVAC-service contractors, and specialists who assess indoor air quality (IAQ). Lightweight and easy to hold, the Fluke 971 is the perfect tool for monitoring problem areas. With a rugged holster and protected sensor, the Fluke 971 is built to perform and made to last.
Today's HVAC technicians want a simple solution for diagnosing ventilation issues. Differential pressure measurements only tell part of the story. Technicians also want to measure air velocity and flow, without having to resort to expensive, difficult to use, specialist tools. The Fluke 922 makes airflow measurements easy by combining three tools: differential pressure, airflow, and velocity into a single, rugged meter.
The compact, easy-to-use, RLD2 UV flashlight uncovers refrigerant leaks instantly. Use the UV light to find the leakage area, then, use the laser pointer to pinpoint the exact leak location. With 100,000 hours of life, and four operating modes, this versatile leak detector is a must have for HVAC Technicians.