Chamber for measuring facade elements in dynamic conditions
The chamber for measurements of facade elements in dynamic conditions is intended for measurements of the building-physical properties of facade elements exposed to real external and imposed internal conditions. On the inside, we can envisage various usage scenarios. With the help of various meters (e.g. calorimeters, pyranometers, heat flux density meters) we can measure energy and light fluxes and monitor and control internal temperatures, speed and air humidity. In this way, we come closest to measuring the element in its final use, on the object.

We can study simple elements, for example an integrated system for capturing solar energy, the efficiency of shades and light deflectors, or complex building elements that may also contain active functions. The essence of the entire process is to define the properties of the measured building element to a level that enables dynamic consideration of the thermal or light response of the entire building.