The Dwyer team recently released the latest model in our line of air velocity transmitters, the Series AVLV. This series is ideal for measuring low air velocity or volumetric air flow in applications such as: clean room systems, pharmaceutical buildings, variable air volume systems, and building ducts. Continue reading “[New Product Highlight] Air Velocity Transmitter | Series AVLV”
As 2019 comes to a close, the Dwyer team is keeping busy by preparing product demos for the upcoming year. We’re eagerly anticipating the 2020 AHR Expo, which will be held on February 3 through February 5 in Orlando, Florida. We’ll be at Booth #943, so be sure to look for us if you’re able to stop out! Continue reading “Visit Us at AHR Expo 2020”
Differential pressure measurement can be beneficial in a wide variety of building automation system (BAS) applications.
One of these applications involves determining if a filter in your system needs to be cleaned or replaced. Filter health can be established by monitoring the pressure on the primary and secondary sides of a filter. A clean filter will typically have a baseline differential pressure generated as air flows through it. As the filter becomes dirty, this differential pressure increases.
When using a mechanical flow sensor, such as a pitot tube, differential pressure can also be used to determine flow velocity and volumetric flow. Continue reading “Velocity Measurement and Environmental Effects”
If you’ve ever spent time in a hospital, you may have noticed a device similar to a home thermostat mounted on the wall with a display stating “ACH”. What exactly does “ACH” stand for and why is it important in a building or hospital? Continue reading “What is ACH and Why is It Important?”
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”