Building physics laboratory

The building physics laboratory in Mook houses measuring equipment suitable for performing research in the field of the physics of the urban design, indoor climate and facade testing. The building physics laboratory facilities consist of:

Climatic chambers

Rooms are rebuilt here on a 1:1 scale enabling testing assesments to be made with regards to thermal comfort, the performance of installation components and the interaction of technical installations with architectural constructions.

Facade testing

We provide several facade testing set-ups, outside and inside, used to assess the airtightness, watertightness, impermeability to driving rain, rigidity, performance regarding condensation and thermal insulation of facade parts. Also sealing materials/agents and provisions for facade ventilation can be assessed.

Experimental setups

Experimental setups and applied research on installation components and other product research.