In addition to air and waterside balancing, AMIT Meet- en Inregeltechniek can also perform the following measurement services:
Thermography is a non-contact measurement method that involves using a thermographic camera to map surface temperatures. The camera provides a visual representation of various temperatures, also called a thermogram.
Thermography is also among the most effective and cost-efficient measurement methods for mapping a variety of temperature engineering problems. These include:
– Locating heat losses due to poor isolation.
– Locating pipe leaks in cement floors.
– Checking the functioning and flow of climate ceilings.
– Temperature gradients in rooms.
In addition to air and waterside balancing of mechanical installations, AMIT Meet- en Inregeltechniek also deals with data logging.
Datalogging is a relatively inexpensive way to understand possible defects in installations. To determine these defects, we perform various measurements which can be recorded over a period of time using our data loggers.
These measurements consist of:
– Measuring and recording temperature and humidity.
– Performing CO² room measurements.
Thanks to the knowledge and experience of our technicians, we are able to identify defects and, if necessary, come to a solution in consultation with the installer
An inspection of a building’s air conditioning systems is an important part of the maintenance plan. A lot can change in a building over the years, but often the existing climate systems do not change with it.
If you want to be sure that your climate system still meets the set requirements, it is recommended to have the existing systems periodically inspected on both the air and water sides.
Part of this is taking random measurements of the installation and comparing these values with the design values or other requirements. Furthermore, we can check whether air handling units and/or filters are still performing adequately or, for example, need to be cleaned or replaced. This prevents differences in climate from occuring and, for example, unnecessarily increasing energy costs.