The dendrometers presented here are used to determine the circumference, radius or diameter of plants. It has long been the case that not only trees are measured, despite the actual meaning of the word (tree measuring device).

Modern dendrometers are becoming ever smaller, lighter and more accurate, which makes them suitable for an ever larger range of applications. For example special dendrometers can also be deployed for agricultural crops and fruits.

Electronic dendrometers used in combination with data loggers permit the recording of entire hydrographs of the plant diameter over days, months or years so as to be able to make statements about the growth and conduct of the plants and the influence of correlating environmental factors.

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DB20 manual band dendrometer

Manual band dendrometers are frequently deployed in commercial forestry and research.

DR radius dendrometer

This sensor for recording the tree trunk growth is particularly distinguished by its stable installation.

DRL26 logging band dendrometer

The logging band dendrometer has its own, internal data logger.

Small DD-S diameter dendrometer

The DD-S has been specially developed for agricultural plants, small trees or individual branches.

Large DD-L diameter dendrometer

This model is suitable for determining the changes in diameters of plants with a diameter of 3-30 cm without damaging them.

DC1 circumference dendrometer

The DC1 circumference dendrometer is a simple, inexpensive version for measuring the changes in the circumference of trees.

DC2 circumference dendrometer

The DC2 is the improved version of the DC1 for measuring the changes in circumference of trees without damaging them.

DF fruit dendrometer

The fruit dendrometer is a special version of dendrometer for measuring round objects.

DV vertical dendrometer

The vertical dendrometer was developed to continuously determine the vertical changes (not growth) in trees.

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