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New product line - Testo 440 available from BSRIA Instrument Solutions

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BSRIA Instrument Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of the new Testo 440 system designed for ventilation, climate, and IAQ (indoor air quality) engineers. These innovative simple to use Testo instruments come in 11 pre-configured kits to suit various applications, and up to 3 x probes can be simultaneously connected to the handset (1 x wired probe, 1 x wireless Bluetooth probe, 1 x type K mini-plug thermocouple).

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The 440 handset has pre-configured measurement protocols for most airflow & ventilation tests, as well as a quick convenient method of archiving and the reporting of results via its USB port to a PC or to portable printer.  A range of optional wired and Bluetooth probes are also available, and with their modular design this facilitates the production of kit combinations suited to all users such as FM contractors who are looking to record multiple parameters within buildings such as temperature, humidity, Lux levels, ambient CO or CO<sub>2</sub>.  There are also probes for specialist applications such as a specific hot wire sensor for fume cupboard / LEV hood testing and high accuracy temperature & humidity probes used in industries such as the pharmaceutical sector.

<span class="caption">Testo 440 with wireless Bluetooth temperature and humidity probe measuring in an office environment (click image to zoom)</span>

Details of the Testo 440 kits can be found on the following links along with video content of the product range and their use in typical applications.

BSRIA Instrument Solutions offers a full range of calibrations on all the new Testo 440 products these include the UKAS accredited parameters for air velocity, humidity, temperature and  air volume (typically vane anemometers + hood kits used measure air volume flow rates on ventilation systems for demonstrating compliance to Part F of the Building Regulations).