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Promotion: DIFF Automatic Air Volume Flow Meter

Thursday 5 November 2020

Today, we spend more than 90% of our time indoors. Indoor air quality, however, has a major impact on our health and performances. An high-tech ventilation system doesn’t guarantee a healthy indoor climate. The adjustment of such a system is perhaps even more important. The DIFF Automatic is an ideal tool to optimise your ventilation system.

This instrument – developed by Observator – is suitable for measuring air volume and air flow, fully automatically. The Diff Automatic Air Volume Flow Meter has a built-in fan and is based on the so-called ‘zero pressure compensation’. This measuring principle guarantees a very high accuracy and is therefore prescribed in various construction and ISSO standards. The instrument is suitable for measuring air quantities in both air supply and air return systems. With optional attachments, it is also possible to measure larger grilles, such as those used in the utility, for example.

Because everyone deserves a healthy indoor climate, we offer the DIFF Automatic Air Volume Flow Meter with a discount of 15% on our standard prices, if you place an order before December 31, 2020.

For more information and/or a quotation, please contact us: lab@observator.com / +31 (0)180 463411.

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As an ISO-9001-2015 certified company, we apply the highest quality standards to our products and systems. However, as a trend-setting developer and supplier in a wide variety of industries, we are also continuously pushing the boundaries. By developing new, innovative products and by offering uncompromised support, we are able to guarantee solutions that exceed all expectations. That’s what sets us apart.

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