Why do the inlet and outlet pressure of pumps need to be monitored? What issues may be encountered if they are not monitored?
Air compressors, irrigation systems, and heat exchangers all use pumps to push air or water through their systems. If the pressure in any of these systems is too high or too low, it could have serious consequences for the pump, the pipes, or the entire system. Most engineers choose pumps that operate 80-110% of their Best Efficiency Point (BEP), the point on the curve where the pump is most efficient. Pump performance will suffer if the pump is operating outside of the BEP, so it is important to monitor pressure to ensure you are getting the most out of your pumping system. Continue reading “Pressure Monitoring in Pump Systems”
Making buildings greener is a top priority for Dwyer Instruments. Watch the Inside the Blueprint TV show re-run from this past Sunday (10/28/18), to learn more about how Dwyer is innovating HVAC technologies to increase energy and building efficiency.
Tune in to watch Dwyer Instruments, Inc. on Inside the Blueprint TV show. Airing on Fox Business Network on Sunday, October 28th at 2:30pm (CST), the show will introduce the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument and the ways in which this innovative product improves the process of balancing HVAC systems.