Archive For The “Temperature” Category

Infrared Thermometer for RC Car Engine Tuning

By | September 28, 2010

OK, so we got a weird question the other day by email… from a guy who wanted to know where he could get his hands on an infrared thermometer that he could use to tune the motor on his radio controlled car. Turns out the guy’s question had a lot of validity. Apparently when racing […]

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Moisture in Hay and Grain Samples

By | May 13, 2010

Ever have a problem w/ moisture ruining a loaf of bread prematurely? Or how about a colony of mold and/or mildew showing up on material that did not dry properly before getting folded up and put away? Those problems do not COMPARE to the problems farmers go through if they do not keep accurate tabs […]

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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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Pin Type Moisture Meter for Timber/Wood

By | March 8, 2010

As the ground starts to thaw out in parts of the country and building crews begin to wake up from their Winter Slumber. Drawing boards fill up again with blueprints for new projects and soon the call for good, properly aged lumber will go out. When that call goes out, lumber yards far and near […]

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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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Question: What Meters do Ghostbuters Use?

By | February 24, 2010

This next question through us for a loop. We actually had to go and watch an episode (or 12) of one of those ghost hunter type shows to figure out how best to answer the following question: “Not sure if you can help, but my wife and I think we need to test for ghosts […]

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New Electrical Testing Products on TestProducts.Com

By | February 20, 2010

In a recent newsletter we learned that National Safety Products, the company responsible for TestProducts.Com, added new devices for conducting various electrical tests to their online offerings: EMF Meter w/ Temperature Digital AC/DC Voltage Tester Clamp-On Multimeter

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Relationship Between Temperature and Jellyfish

By | November 16, 2009

“Invasion of the Giant Jellyfish!” sounds like the title of a hastily made Godzilla era Japanese film where people dressed in torn bedsheets float around in a pool killing innocent swimmers. Ironically, though, giant jellyfish really HAVE invaded Japanese waters and some scientists blam changing (rising) water temperatures. This year’s jellyfish swarm is one of […]

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Meters for Taking Temperature

By | October 21, 2009

One thing you can count on: You will always need to take temperature. In today’s blog installment we show you some meters you can use to take temperature. Granted these meters do things faster and more conveniently than a simple thermometer, but hey… sometimes you need make sure you get the most accurate reading possible. […]

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Weather Testing and Weather Readiness Equipment

By | October 18, 2009

Sometimes we find items on sale that make sense together, or at least look like they COULD go together in some sort of story. Today’s items go together because they could all have something to do with… the weather. We begin with a wireless weather monitoring device that will let you know what to expect […]

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