Radiometers have a whole host of uses, from measuring atmospheric irradiance to demonstrating kinetic energy, to analyzing blood gas in hospitals. If you have radiometers for sale in your store, you'd better have an extensive knowledge of how these products work and in what capacities.
For this type of business, an online store may be your best bet. Although you can buy Crookes radiometers in bulk and keep them in a storage room, other types of radiometers can be very expensive and some require a large storage area due to their size. Take these facts into consideration before you buy.
Here are a few types of radiometers you can supply:
1. Stock a glass radiometer: the Crookes model is widely used among school teachers since it demonstrates kinetic energy. This radiometer is small and portable as well as inexpensive.
2. Buy a radiometer that helps predict the weather. Infrared radiometers come in a variety of sizes and offer different functions.
3. Think about supplying radiometers that measure blood gas levels. Radiometer ABL is a reputable brand that is frequently used by hospitals and surgery centers.
Sell the amazing little Crookes radiometerThese simple devices are used widely by science teachers to demonstrate how heat produces energy. This type of radiometer consists of a glass bulb in which a small set of vanes can turn. One side of each vane is black, the other is shiny silver: When the bulb is exposed to light or heat, the energy pushes the vanes and makes them spin.
Provide weather infrared radiometers to meteorology customersIrradiance is the electromagnetic radiation on the surface of an object. Infrared radiometers measure irradiance in the atmosphere to monitor water vapor in clouds, solar radiation and temperature. These devices are commonly used by meteorologists and climatologists.
Drop-ship a Radiometer ABL to your health care customersHospitals must be able to measure a variety of body systems and functions during acute care and while performing operations, as well as do periodic chronic disease monitoring. Blood gas radiometers measure pH, carbon dioxide and oxygen levels from a sample of arterial blood. They are used to diagnose disorders such as metabolic acidosis and monitor blood gas during major surgical procedures.
- A microwave radiometer is used by meteorologists to detect atmospheric vapor and predict weather patterns. These devices are extremely hard to come by, but if you can provide your customer with a source from which to purchase these radiometers, you may be able to collect a referral fee instead of acting as a supplier.