One, Two, and Three-Piece Ball Valves: What’s the Difference Anyway?

Any quick internet search for valves will show many different results: manual or automated, brass or stainless steel, flanged or NPT, one piece, two piece, or three piece, and more. With so many different types of valves available, how can you be sure you are purchasing the right type? While your application will help guide your proper valve selection, it is important to have some basic understanding of the different types of valves offered. Continue reading “One, Two, and Three-Piece Ball Valves: What’s the Difference Anyway?”

Intelligent Exhaust: Controlling Exhaust Ventilation in Parking Garages and Loading Docks

As cities around the world continue to grow, the need to fit more parking and loading dock capacity into smaller spaces is essential for new municipal and commercial building plans. For personal vehicles, many designers turn to enclosed parking garages to fit as many vehicles in as small a space as possible, or to mixed-use structures that combine a parking garage with work or living space in one building. For commercial traffic, loading dock operators are designing docks and material handling systems to service shipping vehicles as quickly as possible. Continue reading “Intelligent Exhaust: Controlling Exhaust Ventilation in Parking Garages and Loading Docks”

What is Sick Building Syndrome and How Can You Prevent It?

Many people think that we get cold and flu viruses more often in the winter due to the cold temperatures outside; however, this can actually be attributed to the fact that we are inside more, thus being exposed to higher concentrations of pollutants. Poor indoor air quality can cause what has come to be known as sick building syndrome.

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Making Sense of Sensing Pressure

As discussed in previous articles and videos, pressure is the amount of force acting on a specific area and is equal to the force divided by the area. There are several types of sensing elements used inside pressure measurement devices. By understanding the components that make these products function and carefully comparing their specifications with your application requirements, you ensure the correct instrumentation is being used for your application. Today we’ll be discussing the functions of diaphragms and Bourdon tubes. Continue reading “Making Sense of Sensing Pressure”

Visit Us at AHR Expo 2019 at Booth #5407

In 2018, Dwyer released two globally recognized products to meet the demands of our customers in the HVAC industry: the Wireless Hydronic Balancing Kit and Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter.  For the upcoming 2019 AHR trade fair in Atlanta, Georgia, the Dwyer team raised the bar another level with a slew of new product innovations that will debut at booth 5407.

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