One of the primary measurements customers use to gauge comfort is the room temperature shown on the thermostat. If the number falls within an acceptable temperature range, the individual should be comfortable, right? Not quite. Could there be other factors at play here that are influencing their comfort that you might be missing?
Easily and accurately measuring surface temperatures — including hot, cold, or inaccessible equipment — is the 12:1 point-and-shoot, gun-style wide-range infrared thermometer IRT657. It offers a broad measurement range of -40° to 1,076°F (-40° to 580°C).