We make life more comfortable

For first responders that keep our communities safe

We make life more comfortable

For researchers on the frontlines of disease and treatment

We make life more comfortable

For firefighters who bravely put their lives on the line

We make life more comfortable

For heroes at home and abroad

We make life more comfortable

For explorers in the most extreme of environments

We make life more comfortable

For everyday living in a busy world

Experience Comfort and Security at Every Degree

Thermetrics protects everyday heroes and explorers from extreme hot and cold conditions, wherever life takes them.


Our industry-leading biophysical testing instruments allow us to simulate environments of any temperature and provide precise, repeatable data for optimal thermal comfort.


Experience the multiple dimensions of Thermetrics test instruments on our Thermal and Moisture Management Continuum and our Thermal Protection Continuum.


By developing and testing products that withstand the world’s most extreme conditions, we make life more comfortable.

Thermal Measurement Tech at a Human Level

Whether you’re creating garments for a firefighter courageously rushing into a blazing building, an intrepid explorer pioneering new heights, or a runner pushing for a new PR, your products need to meet and exceed consumer expectations.


Our industry-leading thermal measuring instruments and product development expertise enables you to:

  1. Test your hypotheses
  2. Perfect your product
  3. Excel in your industry

By using science, we ensure human comfort and safety in all types of environments. Whether hot, cold, or even contaminated, we’ve got you covered.


Get the answers you need from testing equipment you can trust.

Upcoming Events

Our team is still buzzing about the Fire and Ice event. Thank you for joining us!

We thoroughly enjoyed introducing you to our manikin factory with spicy margaritas in hand, and of course those dazzling flash fire cylinder demonstrations. (I never get tired of seeing them in action!)

To see picture from the event, visit our Fire and Ice blog post.