Precise determination of snow depth is a central indicator for many global weather application decisions. With thousands of installed instruments on every continent, both the Lufft SHM 31 and its predecessor model, the SMH 30, have established themselves as the standard for precisely measuring the depth of snow – as well as sand or other materials.
In our latest guide on snow height measurement, we present how the Lufft SHM 31 works and how it has set the standard for meteorological measurements, for the requirements of climate research, for promptly detecting floods or the threat of avalanches, for improving safety at winter sports destinations or for safety assessments in selected areas of transport. Download our latest guide to learn more!
OTT HydroMet Team