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.

08/07/2002



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.


Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Dick Johnson, senior editor
djohnson@reedbusiness.com





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