Testo’s 925 features on ITV’s Good Morning Britain
When you were tucking in to your morning coffee and toast yesterday, anyone who was watching ITV’s Good Morning Britain might have noticed a surprise addition from testo. After presenter Charlotte Hawkins was feeling cold in the studio (despite the thermostat being set to 21°C) ITV’s on hand heating and ventilation engineer used his testo 925 Channel thermometer to investigate the true room temperature, which instead measured in at 19.8°C.
This provided a great example of how thermostats often give misleading readings, and how using a top quality measuring instrument like the testo 925 you can get a far more accurate measurement of the temperature distribution throughout the room.
Below are some screenshots of the show, if you’d like to view the clip please visit www.itv.com/hub/good-morning-britain/
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins is feeling the cold in the studio
The qualified heating and ventilation engineer is on hand
He tests the air temperature
The testo 925 provides an accurate reading of 19.8°C
For more information on testo instruments for measuring indoor air temperature or any other parameter please visit our website www.testolimited.com or give us a call on 01420 544433
Posted on February 25, 2016, in Environmental, Facilities Maintenance, Facilities management, FM, Health and Safety, hEATING, Home, Humidity, Latest News, News, Online, Television feature, Today's Testo and tagged air quality, air temperature, direct temperature measurement, ITV, room temperature, Temperature measurement, Testo, testo 925, testo limited. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.