Temperature and relative humidity of air: Measuring with a thermohygrograph (NT BUILD 473)

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  • Report #: NT BUILD 473
  • Approved: November 1996
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Abstract

SCOPE

This test method covers the determination of temperature and relative humidity of ambient air by means of a thermohygrograph.

FIELD OF APPLICATION

Thermohygrographs are used for continuously measuring and recording the temperature and relative humidity of ambient air outdoors, in dwellings, offices, laboratories, factories or inside different building elements e.g. crawl spaces or attics.

Categories

NT Methods | Building

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