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Hygrometers are used to measure the relative humidity of the atmosphere. The relative humidity indoors can indicate the comfort level in a room. Usually, the relative humidity outdoors is not the same as relative humidity indoors. Therefore, if your hygrometer is indoors, it may not match with the outdoor humidity readings that are announced on the weather reports.
We stock a range of Mechanical and Digital Hygrometers suitable for homes and industrial use.
Digital and Mechanical Hygrometers to indicate the relative humidity indoors and outdoors are available in solid or spun brass, chrome, and plastic cases. Hygrometers can be either individual or coupled with temperature measuring gauge to create a comfort metre.
- MASONS PATTERN HYGROMETER -Housed in a yellow plastic case with lid and bulb protection. Available in Mercury or Red Spirit. Supplied with Hygrometric tables, spare wick and full instructions.
- WHIRLING PATTERN HYGROMETERS - Made in accordance with BS2842 this product is available in either Mercury or Red Spirit. Supplied with folding handle, conversion tables and wick
The psychrometer is a hygrometer that utilizes two thermometers—one wet-bulb and one dry-bulb—to determine humidity through evaporation. A wetted cloth wraps the wet-bulb thermometer at its enlarged end. By rapidly rotating both thermometers, or by blowing air over the bulbs, the temperature of the wet-bulb thermometer is cooler than that of the dry-bulb thermometer. The difference in temperature between the wet- and dry-bulb thermometers can be used to compute the amount of water vapour in the air.