This is how HUM-ID works in operation
With HUM-ID, you as the building owner are always on the safe side. Many commercial and public building owners have already opted for the wetness sensors. The system gives you security, both during the construction phase and in the operation of the object. Here you can find out everything you need to know about the use of the system: from the decision to use it, to the installation of the sensors, the regular control reports and the potential change of object.
1. Planning phase
When planning the construction, care must be taken to Sensor technology for wetness testing at an early stage. Although the sensors are very flexible to integrate because they are wireless and do not require an electrician for installation, it still makes sense to consider the verification system early in the planning process. Talk to your planner or architect about the different installation options and insist that the system be included in the tender as a so-called "normal position" mit aufgenommen wird. Your object is already in execution? No problem: Thanks to its high flexibility, the system can also be installed at short notice. We will gladly advise you,how you can protect your component with sensors even at short notice.
2. construction phase
While wetness control sensors are now widely available, there are still applicators who have little or no experience with the system. Make sure that your general contractor or local representative points out the importance of the correct installation. The sensors can already be checked during the construction phase and thus be useful to the roofer or screed layer for checking partial sections even before the actual acceptance.
During acceptance, you can have the tightness of the roof or floor digitally documented. Usually, an initial sensor check (in project mode) is created by the inspector. In the vast majority of cases the initial inspection will taken over directly from the processor. In the control report, which you can download as PDF or CSV file should be sent, in addition to the time stamp and information about the materials and loads, it is noted how many sensors were checked, how many were wet and how many were dry at the time of the check.
4. Ongoing control
If you decide to use HUM-ID's building inspection, you should take full advantage of the system. After all, the tightness can be checked at any time after the initial check. For the area of flat roofs, this means that the sensor controls should be an integral part of the regular roof inspection. At least every six months, they should ask the roofer or their facility management to check the sensors. Each inspection is digitally documented and is clearly assigned to your property. The same applies to sensors installed in the ground area.
5. object handover
Keep the control reports or ensure good (digital) archiving of the sensor checks. Should it come to a Change of ownership you have the option of handing over digital proof of the component's integrity to the successor. The archived inspection reports can also influence Valuation of the object in a positive way. positiv beeinflussen.