Question: Does Dwyer offer a compact, low cost differential pressure switch for high duct static cutout applications? Continue reading “Ask the Expert: High Duct Static Cutout; Low Pressure, Low Cost”
Threaded connections are often referred to as a process connection type. For Dwyer product specifications, this connection type is typically NPT (National Pipe Thread), which is an American standard thread. These connections allow products to be installed directly into piping or with the use of threaded fittings.
For threaded connections there are two common types, (1.) straight or parallel thread and (2.) tapered thread. Continue reading “U.S. and International Threaded Connection Standards”
Question: I have been searching for a pressure transmitter with an NSF 61 certification for my drinking water application. Does Dwyer have any recommendations? Continue reading “Ask the Expert – Series 626 & 628 Pressure Transmitters Offer Optional NSF Approval”
Question: Measuring multiple room pressurizations proves time consuming and difficult; do you have something that measures multiple rooms at the same time? Continue reading “Ask the Expert – Measuring Multiple Room Pressures with the WDPM”
Question: What are the differences between the Series 1950 and 1950G Explosion-proof Differential Pressure Switches? Continue reading “Ask the Expert – What are the differences between the Series 1950 and 1950G Explosion-proof Differential Pressure Switches?”