August Bank Holiday – Heat Wave

Are we in for another long wet Bank Holiday weekend, at our www.weatherfile.com site in Lymington this week we had a rainfall measurement of over 2inches in one day, can there be much water left in the clouds?

Planning for an active sporting weekend in a Heat Wave ( or at least some warm weather) an essential piece of kit is the new range of Kestrel Heat Stress Trackers: Kestrel 4400 and Kestrel4600Pro. Essential kit for monitoring environmental conditions critical to preventing heat injury to people and animals.

The Kestrel Heat Stress Trackers provide waterless WBGT measurement. Until now, most accurate WBGT measurement tools were large, cumbersome to use and expensive.

The Kestrel Heat Stress Tracker is the most user-friendly WBGT meter on the market:

Quick setup. No time-consuming setup required, accurate readings within minutes. You can set warning zone temperature ranges in accordance with recommended guidelines.

Easy to navigate through the screens to quickly access the appropriate information, they also store up to 2300 data points in their memory.

Capture information on the spot with the Handheld, Drop-proof Kestrel 4400 and Kestrel 4600Pro, both Tripod-mountable, extremely durable, rugged and Waterproof to IP-67 sealing.

Measures: Wind Speed | Temperature | Wind Chill | Relative Humidity | Heat Stress Index | Dew Point Temperature | Wet Bulb Temperature | Barometric Pressure | Altitude | Density Altitude | Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) | Naturally Aspirated Wet Bulb Temperature | Globe Temperature | Wind Direction* | Crosswind* | Headwind/Tailwind* (*on 4600Pro)

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