Dwyer Instruments, Inc. Corporate Overview

Creating an innovative product isn’t something that can be done easily – it takes a lot of research, hard work, determination, and a dedicated team to make it happen. Located in Michigan City, Indiana, Dwyer Instruments, Inc. is a global leader in designing and manufacturing innovative controls, sensors, and instrumentation solutions to the HVAC and Process Automation markets. Continue reading “Dwyer Instruments, Inc. Corporate Overview”

What is a Hydronic System and What is Needed to Balance it?

A hydronic system is a system designed to circulate chilled or hot water with the connections between piping and terminal units (heating and/or cooling devices). Most hydronic systems are closed and are usually made in a series loop. In addition to pipes and terminals, valves are placed in this series as a port to balance the differential pressure in the system. The balance of this type of system is often referred to as hydronic or hydraulic balancing. Continue reading “What is a Hydronic System and What is Needed to Balance it?”

How Barometric Pressure Affects Carbon Dioxide Readings

As standards become stricter for monitoring indoor air quality (IAQ) it is important to understand that the readings from your instrumentation are correct and accurate. When monitoring carbon dioxide levels for on-demand ventilation, it is imperative that you account for barometric pressure as it can create a false sense of accuracy when controlling an HVAC system. Continue reading “How Barometric Pressure Affects Carbon Dioxide Readings”