Use the testo 875 to test heating systems and installations
Check heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems quickly and easily with the testo 875. Observe the heat distribution patterns of system components or pinpoint leaks in circulating systems. Perform system evaluations, often without the need to tear open wall or floor sections. Identify and document the problems in easy to understand reports.
Hot on the trail of pipe rupture
If you suspect a pipe is ruptured, the only solution is often to break open whole walls and floors to pinpoint the leak. The testo 875 can highlight leakages of underfloor heating systems and other inaccessible pipe systems exacly with minimal cost of repair and without expensive dismantiling.
Assess problems and defects in building construction
Both the testo 875 & testo 881 meet the requirements for building performance testing as set out by BPI/RESNET. The testo 875 & testo 881 are fast and efficient instruments for the detection of construction flaws like faulty insulation installation, air infusion through walls, windows, roofs, etc., moisture damage and much more. Larger sensors provide you greater sensitivity and detail when performing building audits.
Locate high moisture areas that can become a breeding area for mold!
Quickly highlight thermal bridges that can sap heat away from the living space, cause condensation of the moisture in the warm air and then lead to dangerous mold growth. Detecting the cold areas can identify the problem zones and allow for corrective action. Easily identify hidden water leaks that seep into walls and carpets with the testo 875.
Pinpoint roof leaks. Inspect flat roofs for moisture penetration with model 875.
Roofing construction materials that have been compromised by moisture retain heat longer than other intact areas. During the evening these affected areas cool unevenly. As a result the 875 detects these temperature differences, and accurately shows the areas on the roof that have a potential for moisture damage.
Electrical Panel Inspections.
Many insurance companies are now requring commerical and industrial clients to have their electrical panels inspected on a bi-annual or annual basis. Infrared thermal imaging cameras can detect potential fire hazards within electrical panels months in advance of a fire.