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TSI QUESTemp 36 Heat Stress Monitor

Available for rental, hire and purchase from Ashtead Technology - the TSI QUESTemp 36 Heat Stress Monitor.

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The TSI QUEST range of Heat Stress Monitors is available to purchase from Ashtead Technology. Suitable for environmental and workplace monitoring, the monitors measure parameters relating to heat stress; including dry bulb, WBGT (wet bulb globe temperature - indoor and outdoor) relative humidity, heat index and HUMIDX.

Depending on your monitoring requirements, the heat stress monitors are available with either a wet bulb sensor or a waterless wet bulb sensor. The waterless wet bulb sensor eliminates the requirement for daily wet bulb maintenance however the wet bulb sensor is deemed the traditional method for monitoring heat stress.

For reporting purposes, the TSI Quest Heat Stress monitors benefit from built-in data logging (which can be set to 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minutes). The data can then be analysed using the Detection Management Software which allows you to create charts, tables and reports to intuitively interpret your measurements.

If you’re working in a potentially explosive environment, the Natural Wet Bulb models are intrinsically safe.

  • Heat Stress Monitor
  • Measures: temperature, relative humidity and Wet Bulb Global Temperature (WGBT) – indoor & outdoor
  • Model options: 32/34/36 (traditional wet bulb) and 44/46/48N (waterless wet bulb)
  • Traditional Wet Bulb Sensor: uses traditional wet bulb to calculate WBGT
  • Waterless Wet Bulb Sensor: uses a proprietary algorithm to calculate the WBGT; eliminates daily wet bulb maintenance
  • Intrinsically safe: Yes (Traditional Wet Bulb models only)
  • Data logging: Yes
  • Data logging intervals: 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30 or 60 minutes
  • Reporting: Yes – requires Detection Management Software
  • Power: battery (up to 3 hours depending on model) and mains power
  • Military training facilities
  • Athletic training & events facilities
  • Warehousing & distribution centers
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Nuclear & fossil fuel power generation plants
  • Shipbuilding operations
  • Occupational heat stress management
  • Indoor air quality investigations
  • Thermal comfort monitoring
  • Risk analysis of job function or activity