Thermal Comfort

The importance of thermal comfort in the indoor environment can not be underestimated; infact, a vast majority of complaints about indoor climate relate to poor thermal comfort.

ComfortSense – A tool for indoor climate studies

ComfortSense is a multichannel system for measurement air velocity and air temperature, humidity and operative temperature. It calculates statistical values – Draught rate (DR), Predicted Mean Vote (PMV) and Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied (PPD).


ComfortSense can be used for many applications including:

  • HVAC research and development
  • Testing of ventilation equipment
  • Building research
  • Passenger comfort studies in the automotive and aviation industries

Thermal comfort measurements with ComfortSense comply to International Standards EN 13182, ISO 7726, 7730, ASHRAE standard 113 and ASHRAE standard 55

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