We at Testo bring you a wide range of Temperature Measuring Instruments which have varied application in many different arenas.
Testo measuring instruments optimally calibrated and compliant with standards to meet individual requirements in the food and pharmaceutical sectors, in industry, in laboratories and in the area of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration.
This is to ensure that the needs of every diverse user is met. Cultivated to the most advanced point in order to provide temperature readings and information to the minutest detail, our products are used globally.
Testo offers a full range of optimally calibrated and standard-compliant measuring instruments to measure temperature.
We produce Probe thermometers, Infrared thermometers as well as Surface thermometers, Temperature Data loggers and Thermal Imaging Cameras. All our temperature measurement devices are built in accordance to ISO 9001 quality standards and offer the most reliable
- Robust construction, even for tough practical use
- High-precision sensor technology for reliable and accurate measurement results
- Comprehensive selection of probes for your temperature meter - customized products too
- Calibration and servicing from one provider
Infrared thermometer H3>
Reliable and precise non-contact temperature measurement from a distance.
Surface temperature measuring instruments H3>
Temperature measuring instruments with fixed or exchangeable probes for surface temperatures.
Air temperature measuring instruments H3>
Precise temperature meter for air temperatures.
Penetration thermometer H3>
Measure temperatures in solid or semi-solid media.
Immersion thermometer H3>
For temperature measurement in liquids. Can also be used in aggressive media.
Temperature measuring strips H3>
The really economical alternative to the temperature meter.
Thermal imagers H3>
Visualize temperatures. Ideal for maintenance, the building trade and heating engineering.
Temperature data logger H3>
Practical aids for temperature monitoring.
The fields of application for temperature meters, digital thermometers and temperature measuring instruments are very varied. Here are just the most important ones:
- Spot checking of food
- Temperature monitoring of food transportation
- Measuring the temperature in the centre of flue gas flow in chimneys/flue gas ducts
- Measurement of different air temperatures
- Surface measurement for checking the pre-heating temperature when welding
- Immersion measurement in chemical solutions for maintaining temperatures during etching processes
- Surface temperature measurement on bearings and gear mechanisms in mechanical engineering
Our all-rounders for all important measuring tasks. Members of the Smart Probes family are not just temperature measuring instruments. These innovations also include pressure and flow meters, all fully operated via the testo Smart Probes App.
The testo Smart Probes VAC kit enables you to measure temperature, speed and air humidity, as well as to calculate volume flows. Ideal for air conditioning and ventilation systems.
A temperature meter in itself means you have already taken the first step. However, you need to bear a few things in mind for really efficient and precise temperature measurement.
There are applications where a temperature meter is not enough. For instance, when it is a case of monitoring temperatures over the long term and reliably recording the readings. This is where temperature data loggers are used. The small aids are ideally suited for temperature monitoring, making work a little bit easier every day for quality managers and facility managers all over the world.
When you need to integrate temperature readings seamlessly into automated building services, then it is temperature transmitters that are required. First of all, they measure the temperature, just like a temperature meter – however, they then convert the measuring values into a standardized electrical signal which can be further processed to control specific procedures.
In the broad spectrum of temperature measurement, particularly high importance is attached to surface temperature measurement. Because it is not just in industry, trade or facility management that a surface temperature measuring instrument is used. The food industry is also – and above all – the sector where this measurement method is one of the most common. In the end, spot checks on the quality of food can be carried out quickly and reliably using surface temperature measurement. And precise measurement of the surface temperature often makes laborious measurement of the core temperature superfluous.