Sper Scientific offers a variety of instruments for environmental testing and sampling, and on-site laboratory operation and management. Whether you are in environmental, health and safety (EHS); science education; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC); or in law and code enforcement. From solving HVAC problems to checking outdoor UV conditions, Sper Scientific's instruments provide you accurate results. Monitor heat index and track temperature during hot humid days to prevent heat stroke during outdoor activities, sporting events, or in an indoor workplace. Improve Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) in residential, commercial offices, manufacturing, and healthcare. Or monitor noise levels and perform workplace audits, and measure indoor and outdoor light levels. Our compact multifunction environmental meters couple all-in-one versatility with accurate diagnostics.
Measuring Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is an important factor since poor air quality may cause tiredness, inability to concentrate, and even illness (i.e., Sick Building Syndrome). Our IAQ meters measure CO2, Humidity, Dew Point, Air Temperature, Wet Bulb Temperature, and Oxygen (O2).
Sper Scientific's EMF meters measure the electromagnetic field emissions from electrical power lines and transmission equipment, computers, HVAC, audio/video, and other electrical appliances. Our meters are small and light enough to go anywhere, yet sensitive enough to detect minuscule amounts of EMF radiation.
Our lineup of heat stress meters include
the WBGT (Wet Bulb Globe Temperature) meters, which provides the most accurate determination of the heat
stress index based on the cumulative effect of air temperature, air movement, relative humidity, and radiant heat.
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Sper Scientific's light meters are designed for simple and accurate results in an industrial setting. Whether you are checking work spaces, parking lots, or baseball fields for safe levels of lighting or measuring for testing design compliance, a light meter from Sper Scientific will get the job done. These light meters are designed for use in work spaces, labs, schools, outdoor studies, optics, home inspections, and many others. In addition, you may use these meters to check compliance with ANSI/NFPA 101 (standards for emergency & exit lighting).
Sper Scientific’s moisture meters accurately read the moisture content of all types of wood but of cement, plaster, brick and concrete. Home and building inspectors rely on moisture meters to identify potential problems and damage to structures from moisture buildup. Woodworking industries, such as furniture makers, use wood moisture meters to insure a quality product. Flooring contractors use moisture meters to determine ideal conditions when installing a floor over a concrete slab or subfloor
Sper Scientific sound meters include all the features and functions needed for basic noise level surveys or to meet the requirements for OSHA compliance, community noise ordinances or machine noise evaluation. These sound meters are used by: Industrial Hygienists, Sound Engineers, Construction Engineers, Municipal Code Enforcement officials, Industrial Quality Control, Environmental Scientists, and many more.
Sper Scientific's range of thermometers includes both handheld and table or wall-mounted models, Sper Scientific offers multiple choices for use as a room thermometer, indoor/ outdoor thermometer, water thermometer, food/cooking stem thermometer and contact and non-contact thermometers. Our thermocouple thermometers, dual-input thermometers, datalogging models, and other specialty models.
Sper Scientific delivers dependable, accurate water quality measurement devices to monitor
the changes in your water over time from seasonal variations, weather, as well as, manmade pollution.
Whether you are in agriculture, aquaculture, industry, education, food and beverage, power generation,
or municipal waste water, Sper Scientific offers you a complete line of water quality meters, to test the
acidity, alkalinity, pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen (DO), Oxygen Reduction Potential (ORP), of your
water or liquids.