Analyzers for Relative Humidity Measurement


Relative Humidity Measurement Solutions

Hygrocontrol is a leading brand dedicated to the measurement of humidity and temperature in industrial and process application.

Ideal applications include:

  • Ripening, packaging, storage, and transportation of food
  • Powder conditioning in pharmaceuti­cal production
  • Drying of materials in the production of ceramics
  • Control of process parameters in chemical industries
  • Climate control of clean rooms, paint boxes and dryers
  • Process control in climatic and envi­ronmental chambers
  • Control and documentation of steril­ization in medical industries

The Hygrocontrol line of relative humidity sensors are based on a proprietary polymer and plating process that provides the longest lasting and most stable relative humidity measurement on the market today. Offering the benefits of ease of calibration, minimal drift, and excellent stability over temperature fluctuations, the Hygrocontrol product configurations can address any relative humidity measurement application. 

Known for its moisture meters with the highest accuracy for measuring relative humidity and temperature, Hyrocontrol offers comprehensive repair and calibration services worldwide.  Services include  high-precision, tight-fitting laser welding capabilities for moisture and temperature sensors. 

Analyzers for Humidity Measurement

High-Precision Relative Humidity and Temperature Hygrometers for Industrial Use

The humidity units can be easily configured: 

  • Measured values can be displayed as relative or absolute values
    • Dew point °C or °F
    • Absolute humidity [g/scm]
    • Specific humidity [g/kg]
    • Enthalpy [kJ/kg]
    • Temperature °C or °F
  • Microprocessor-controlled measurement and calibration


  • High precision and long-term stability
  • Pre-calibrated interchangeable probes
  • Simple operation and maintenance
  • Corrosion Resistant
  • Low temperature coefficient
  • Flexible, modular system
  • Displays relative, absolute and dew point

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