Sensing technology helps reduce heat stress risks

Oconomowoc, WI - In response to tragic events that occurred at football training camps at professional, collegiate, and high school levels over the past several years, Quest Technologies now offers a more automated approach to heat stress monitoring and management. The company offers three area heat stress monitors suitable for monitoring heat stress in any hot weather activity.


QuesTemp heat stress monitors are suitable for monitoring any hot weather activity.

Oconomowoc, WI - In response to tragic events that occurred at football training camps at professional, collegiate, and high school levels over the past several years, Quest Technologies

The QuesTemp°32 is a general-purpose area heat stress monitor said to be ideal for measuring that high humidity, temperature, and radiant heat conditions that can cause heat stroke and other heat-induced illnesses. With its on-board humidity sensor, the device displays relative humidity and calculates the Heat Index or Humidex.

It also provides quick and accurate wet bulb globe temperature measurements. The QuesTemp°34 adds datalogging of all measurement information to the basic model. Additionally, the QuesTemp°36 further simplifies heat stress management efforts by providing users with real-time guidance on stay times and work/rest regimens based on accepted screening criteria for heat stress.

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