The Dwyer team is proud to announce the new app for the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument. This app replaces the PredictAir™ application software, and ensures that connecting to your hood and balancing a building is now easier than ever!
The automated connection process within the app will prompt you to connect the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument the first time you open it. Continue reading “Introducing the New App for the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument”
Dwyer strives to be the trusted leader in manufacturing innovative instrumentation solutions for the worldwide HVAC and process automation markets. Providing friendly, timely, and accurate technical service/support is just one way in which we accomplish this mission. It is a source of pride for the whole Dwyer team, and we’re happy to be able to assist our customers with their product application requirements. Continue reading “Ask the Expert: Dwyer Applications Engineers”
High quality, well-functioning test equipment is an important part of any balancer’s toolbox. As a balancer, your customers rely on you to keep their buildings comfortable, to help them meet federal building regulations, and to help them save energy and money. Your customers expect you to provide accurate readings, and in order to do so, you need to use reliable, calibrated test equipment. By regularly calibrating your equipment, you will be able to provide your customers with the excellent service they expect. Continue reading “Calibration Service Tiers”
RoHS stands for the Restriction of Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment. RoHS, also known as Directive 2002/95/EC, originated in the European Union and restricts the use of specific hazardous materials, and impacts a wide array of products in the electronics industry. Continue reading “What is RoHS?”
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.
Continue reading “What is Sick Building Syndrome and How Can You Prevent It?”