The classic masons hygrometer with wet and dry bulb hygrometer and a large water reservoir. One thermometer bulb is in air and the other is wrapped in a wick kept moist from a water reservoir. The difference between the two readings is used to give an accurate calculation of humidity. Complete with wet and dry bulb tables.
127mm Raingauge with metal stand, manufactured to SA Weather services specification.
Rain measuring cylinder calibrated for 127 mm Raingauge, capacity 20mm.
An evaporation pan is used to hold water during observations for the determination of the quantity of evaporation at a given location. Such pans are of varying sizes and shapes, the most commonly used being circular or square. The best known of the pans are the "Class A" evaporation pan. Often the evaporation pans are automated with water level sensors and a small weather station is located nearby.