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Consider moisture sensors in construction planning

Here, you as a planner will find everything you need to know to plan HUM-ID's wetness control into your construction project. From an overview of compatible components, to information about sensor calculation to tender documents.On this page we also offer concrete Installation details for optimal planning of the humidity sensors.

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Planning

Use cases, compatible components and general notes

Calculation

Assistance in determining the required number of sensors

Tender

Tender texts as templates for direct download in RTF and d81 format

Integration

Detailed installation details for all typical application scenarios

With the sensor-based leakage control
of HUM-ID you prove to your client/builder,...

... that your planning takes into account contemporary and marketable solutions. Wetness sensors have become the standard. Wherever building owners demand medium- and long-term safety for their buildings, HUM-ID sensors are installed. marktgängige Lösungen berücksichtigt. Die Nässesensoren sind zum Standard geworden. Überall dort, wo Bauherren mittel- und langfristige Sicherheit für Ihre Gebäude nachfragen, werden HUM-ID Sensoren verbaut.

... that you are able to avert high follow-up costs during use with only a small investment, because any moisture damage to the flat roof is detected at an early stage. Moisture sensors demonstrably enable damage prophylaxis. hohe Folgekosten während der Nutzung abzuwenden, weil eventuelle Nässeschäden am Flachdach frühzeitig erkennbar werden. Feuchtesensoren ermöglichen nachweislich Schadensprophylaxe.

... that your planning focuses on the long-term value retention of the property. Because only HUM-ID sensors enable electronically documented proof of tightness - even many years after completion. langfristigen Werterhalt der Immobilie in den Mittelpunkt stellt. Denn nur HUM-ID Sensoren ermöglichen den elektronisch dokumentierten Dichtigkeitsnachweis – auch viele Jahre nach der Fertigstellung.

Advantages over subsequent leak detection methods

Up to now, moisture control has only been carried out retrospectively in the vast majority of cases. For this purpose, "classic" leak detection methods were used - and always only when it was already too late, i.e. when the component already showed noticeable damage.

None of the existing methods and systems on the market have really been able to establish themselves: Old-school leak detection is often inaccurate, extremely expensive and even poses a risk to the structure itself. Because: Most systems do not work non-destructively.

Hum-ID takes a completely new approach here with wireless sensor control. Instead of only spot leakage checks afterwards, area-wide control of the entire area is possible at any time.

Advantages over wired systems

In wired roof control systems, the roofs are equipped with electrically conductive material, contact boxes and contact plates must be additionally integrated into the roof surfaces. As soon as DC voltage is applied to the material, it is possible to localize damp spots. In addition to methodological weaknesses, one aspect in particular speaks against the wired systems: The price. elektrisch leitendem Material ausgestattet, Kontaktboxen und Kontaktplatten müssen in die Dachflächen zusätzlich integriert werden. Sobald das Material mit Gleichspannung belegt wird, ist es möglich, feuchte Stellen zu lokalisieren. Neben methodischen Schwächen spricht vor allem ein Aspekt gegen die verkabelten Systeme: Der Preis.

The high acquisition and operating costs are therefore not worthwhile for most building owners. Systematic roof inspection was long considered an expensive luxury in the industry. But times have changed.

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