Archive For The “Humidity” Category

Heat Index Monitor (WBGT)

By | May 7, 2010

OK, so if you don’t already know what the term ‘wet bulb globe temperature’ means, don’t worry. We didn’t, either, before writing this blog entry. The term refers to the way the human body ‘feels’ in response to actual temperature, real-time exposure to sunlight, and humidity. Many refer to the wet bulb globe temperature, often […]

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Testing Indoor Air Quality: Humidity, Temperature and Carbon Dioxide

By | April 1, 2010

In today’s world the majority of us spend most of our time indoors. Whether at work, at home, out shopping at the mall, out to eat, or out to get wasted at a local tavern, it does not matter. The majority of us spend more time indoors than we do outdoors. Therefore it should come […]

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Question: What is Heat Index and How Can I Measure It?

By | February 26, 2010

Next we have an interesting question from Jan, a jogger planning to move to the South… “Once again my family is moving because of my husband’s career in the military. This time he’s getting stationed at a base in South Carolina. This will be my first time ever living in the South and all my […]

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