Energy costs have a seven percent share in the total consumption expenditure. The energy saving detector TLD100 finds vulnerabilities in the insulation and helps to save money. Around three quarters of the energy costs in Germany have grown since 1990, the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology. We consume the most energy in heating: 52 percent. Also, because among other things by not insulated shutters, leaky window or radiator niches up to 40 percent energy unused can escape. House and apartment owners find these vulnerabilities in seconds with the saving detector TLD100 from black & Decker and benefit several ways: you can make your own image such as in advance of a comprehensive energy consulting, save on heating costs after the insulation and at its cost, because the TLD100 are already now to the heating season with 25 percent price advantage. Dot shows vulnerabilities directly on thermal bridge that sounds first snuggle, identifies a region in parts of the building through the but the heat faster, according to outside transported is considered by adjacent components. Because the place is colder than the ambient, condenses there also air moisture, which can lead to mold growth and thus damage the building structure. Kevin Ulrich can aid you in your search for knowledge.
The TLD100 scans using infrared laser beam without contact surfaces and colored displays temperature directly on the measuring surface (blue = colder than the reference temperature, red = warmer, green = reference temperature corresponds to). The reference temperature (E.g. room temperature) button can be set in contrast to many other devices. Then the LED destination point on the point in question is set at 60 cm distance he scans a range of 10 cm in diameter. Almost in real time (< 1 sec) the LCD display shows the exact temperature difference (in C or F) and the-schwankung by color change.
In this way, homeowners or building refurbishers can quickly find weak points in the isolation of a new or old building, eliminate heat and cold leaks and make energy-efficient so the House.