Term “thermics” covers the domain of civil engineering that refers to determination of thermodynamic performances of building products. Thermics test methods can be further divided onto laboratory methods and in situ methods as well as onto determination of the thermodynamic performances of building materials and determination of the thermodynamic performances of building constructions.
One of the laboratory test methods for determination of thermodynamic performances of building products is heat transmission coefficient measurement of the building constructions (doors, windows, walls...) where the heat transmission coefficient U is calculated based on measured values of heat flux and temperature in accordance with standard SRPS.U.J5.060. Laboratory is also accredited for examination of thermodynamic characteristics of materials. Measurement of heat conductivity coefficient of building materials in steady state condition according to European standard SRPS EN 12667 and domestic standard SRPS U.A2.020 which is called by domestic Role book - insulation materials Role book EEZ.
We are accredited for in situ measuring of air permeability of buildings according to standard SRPS ISO 9972. The test is carried out with newest equipment produced by TEC, Germany. We are also capable of in situ heat transmission coefficient and heat transmission resistance measurement with heat flux meters method according to standard SRPS ISO 9869-1 and SRPS U.J5.062.
The following list shows construction products and structures that can be tested in the field and in within the Laboratory: