Mold detection with the gO Measurement System

We just published a new case study which demonstrates how wall humidity and U-value measurements can be used for mold detection.

Introduction

The purpose of this study is to show how the gO Measurement-System (gOMS) can be used to measure the humidity of the wall and the U-value as well as how the combination of this data can help to analyze and prevent mold growth.

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