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Climatic Conditions

Temperature, humidity and related climatic parameters are important to many industrial processes and the application of paint and coatings is no exception to that rule. Measuring and controlling climatic parameters such as relative humidity, air-temperature, dewpoint and moisture is vital to a successful application of high-end coating systems. ...

Temperature, humidity and related climatic parameters are important to many industrial processes and the application of paint and coatings is no exception to that rule. Measuring and controlling climatic parameters such as relative humidity, air-temperature, dewpoint and moisture is vital to a successful application of high-end coating systems. Incorrect climatic conditions during pre-treatment and application often lead to premature failing of coatings systems.

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  • Relative Humidity and Temperature

    Temperature of the coating or substrate
    The coating temperature is important during application but also during storage. Most coatings will loose their performance once they have been frozen before/during their shelf life. Viscosity of paint is in direct relationship with the temperature of the paint which affects the application. 

    Extreme substrate temperatures also cause their share of problems. High substrate temperatures may cause the paint to dry too fast which could lead to pinholes or pores for example. Low surface temperature may prevent the paint to form a film as many coatings know a so called "Minimum Film Forming Temperature" or "MFFT" value.

    Moisture in substrate
    The moisture content of substrates to be coated is a critical factor as well. Fresh moist concrete will not hold any paint or applying a powder coating to a damp wooden panel will cause steam to be created when the panel passes through the curing oven, thus causing damage to the coating.

  • Climate Monitoring and Logging
  • Dewpoint

    DewPoint
    A special parameter which is of high importance in the coating industry is DewPoint. Wikipedia describes Dewpoint as " The dew point is the temperature to which a given parcel of humid air must be cooled, at constant barometric pressure, for water vapour to condense into water. The condensed water is called dew. The dew point is a saturation temperature.

  • Contactless and IR Thermometers

    Contactless and IR Thermometers

  • The TQC DewCheck 4 - Dewpoint Meter (DPM)/ Dewmeter is an extremely versatile dewpoint meter to measure and record all climate parameters required to treat surfaces. This easy to use and robust dewmeter conforms to ISO 8502-4 & ASTM D3276-07 and measures the relative humidity (%RH), ambient temperature (Ta) and surface temperature (Ts) and calculates the...

  • The CurveX 3 Basic is an oven recorder designed for everyday use in powder coating lines.It’s a 4-channel temperature datalogger built in a sturdy machined aluminium case that fulfils the basic needs for quality control in powder coating applications. Its ease of use and affordable price level makes it the ideal job-coaters instrument.

  • Profiling an industrial powder coating oven starts right here with the CurveX 3 Standard Oven Logger KIT. It contains all necessary items, just add the desired magnetic or clamp-type probes to make the oven logger KIT complete.The heart of the KIT is the CurveX 3 Standard Oven datalogger which offers easy-to-use, high quality temperature data logging for...

  • While can coating the time-temperature cycle must be controlled carefully – Together with the cans the oven recorder winds through the conveying system in the oven and makes up a complete temperature profile. With help of paint cure specifications it determines the curing process by calculating the cure index for you, enabling a simple pass / fail setup.

  • Measures and records climatic conditions including: Relative humidity, air temperature, surface temperature, dew point temperature and difference between surface and dew point temperatures. Ideal for surface preparation as required by ISO 8502-4, BS 7079-B4, ASTM D3276, IMO PSPC, SSPC-PA7 and US Navy NSI 009-32.

  • Are available in different series with 1, 5, 6, 8 or 10 temperatures per sticker. The indicators are irreversible: the highest measured temperature always remains visible, for many months. This makes the indication stickers ideal for control purposes. Applications can be found, among others, in electronics, food, and pharmaceutical industries, and also in...

  • USB data logger for temperature and relative humidity. The USB data logger has a memory for 32.000 readings (16000 temperature- and 16000 humidity readings), a dewpoint indication, a user-selectable alarm. The measuring interval can be set to 2, 5, 10 or 30 seconds; 1, 5, 10 or 30 minutes; 1, 2, 3, 6, 12 or 24 hours. 

  • The TQC Infrared Thermometer Professional is designed to measure surface temperature under harsh industrial circumstances without the need of making contact with the object. The high quality optics (distance to spot size 50:1) makes measuring precise, even when the object is far away.

  • The TQC Magnetic Thermometer measures surface temperature. The thermometer can easily be placed on ferrous substrates with the strong magnet on the back. Surface temperature can be read out in both °C and °F.

  • Digital thermo hygrometer for indoor use, to be used as benchtop or wall model. Very large display (56 x 40 mm.), readable up to a distance of approximately 10 mtr. Memory for minimum and maximum values and humidity readings, toggle between °C/ °F; time display; alarm function.

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