As the use of forced air drying systems is becoming more widespread so does the need to be able to monitor the progress of drying.
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 flow. This can be down to the fact it is physically not practical or the temperature within the pipe work is simply too high.
The HygroNet™ slim sensor has been developed in conjunction with leading industry professionals and has been thoroughly proven over more than two years. The HygroNet will constantly monitoring temperature and relative humidity with slim it’s slim sensor and provide real time data online via the CDLSmartHub.
Using multiple sensors allows specific humidity measurements to be monitored from airflows into and from the drying machinery. Using the multi-measurement plotting function on the CDLSmartHub you have a powerful remote measurement tool to monitor accurately the progress of any drying regime, real time and on-line.