JUMO supports its customers throughout the entire product life cycle. That is why, of course, we can also calibrate our sensors for measuring humidity. This needs to be done on a regular basis to ensure that the measuring devices operate according to their technical data and therefore work at optimum levels.
If air or different materials are exposed to humidity, the humidity has an effect on many of their properties. Monitoring and measuring humidity levels is important if effects such as condensation, corrosion, mold growth, warping, and pollutants are to be prevented for products.
Humidity has to be measured in industries that produce and sell food, pharmaceutical products, chemicals, fuels, wood, textiles, and paper. Museums, art galleries, data centers, hospitals, research labs, and semiconductor manufacturers are other institutions/companies for which measuring humidity is of vital importance.