Many Dwyer Instruments, Inc. electrical products are connected to the receiver and power supply with wires that are run through electrical conduits. Often, the conduit passes through multiple ambient temperature zones in the building or plant installation.
These temperature changes can cause water vapor condensation inside the conduit.
If this condensation flows into or forms in the instrument, it can create electrical shorts or lead to corrosion that can create an instrument failure. Continue reading “Condensation Issues in Instrumentation Enclosures and How to Prevent Them”
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?”
Even before the AHR Expo officially opened to general attendees on January 22nd, guests of Dwyer Instruments were part of a highly anticipated release and demonstration of the Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter at the company’s booth. More than a dozen individuals from the HVAC industry experienced the features and benefits of this new magmeter firsthand. Continue reading “Dwyer Releases the New Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter at AHR Expo 2018”