Caption Data receives Innovation Of The Year award 2013

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Caption Data receives Innovation Of The Year award 2013

Innovation of the year award given to Jonathan Penn and Paul Sanders at BDMA conference

We are pleased to announce that we were awarded ‘Innovation of the year’ at the British Damage Management Association’s (BDMA) annual awards dinner. Caption Data receives Innovation of the year award 2013 for the HygroBug sensor On November 28th, 2013 Caption Data were pleased to attended the BDMA annual awards dinner at Chesford Grange. We were finalists for…

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Slim Temperature & RH probe for forced air drying systems

Hygronet in depth temperature and RH probe

As the use of forced air drying systems is becoming more widespread there is a need to be able to monitor the progress of drying, real time. Depending on the method used quite often there is a need to measure within pipe/ductwork and generally it is impractical to place a whole sensor into the air…

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Thank God for the HygroNet

Thank god for HygroNet

“Thank God for Hygronet!” says Borge Enga one of Polygon AS [Norway] Project Managers. Borge explained further details in a recent conference call with CDL, the makers of HygroNet™. The story began with an instruction for Polygon to deal with water damage in a rather unusual property – a house of some 180m2. The house…

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The RDL//Vibe for low frequency vibration monitoring applications

low frequency vibration monitoring at Longships Lighthouse

Many applications of vibration monitoring equipment require low frequencies to fully understand the effects of vibration on properties and structures, from nearby disturbances. Typical Geophones and vibration monitoring systems measure Peak Particle Velocity with a frequency range from 4.5 Hz to 100 Hz. This can result in underestimated and inaccurate low frequency vibration recordings of…

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