The summer is always a busy time for our team, as we check and double check the formatting and information of our annual instrumentation catalog. Now that autumn is here, we’re proud to announce that the new Dwyer Catalog is now available! Continue reading “The New Catalog is Available… Get Yours Today!”
Daily wear and tear from lifting heavy equipment, up and down ladders all day, and working in extreme temperatures. Working as an HVAC technician can be as tiresome as it is rewarding. Luckily, having the right tool for the job can make any task easier.
Dwyer® products offer the perfect balance of functionality, safety, and durability.
The SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument, Series SAH, was designed to be lightweight and easily maneuverable. Because it’s on a pole, it can be raised and lowered without extra strain on your back and shoulders. The hood can be set up on a diffuser without having to hold it in place, making it possible for a single operator to balance a branch faster than traditional teams. Continue reading “How Dwyer Helps Make TAB Easier”
In this age of virtual meetings and online connections, to “Google” something has become synonymous with quickly looking up information. For some, bookshelves are more for decor than they are functional, and trends are leading to becoming more environmentally-friendly and saving paper. Print media is not necessarily “dead,” but it is becoming much less prevalent as we journey forward in this digital age.
When speaking on digital resources, we have to take this chance to talk about some of the benefits that our digital catalog can offer. Available on both desktop (via our website) and mobile (via the app), the digital catalog allows you instantaneous access to application guides, selection guides, and product specifications. Continue reading “A Dwyer Guide to the Digital Catalog”
ASHRAE 62.1 Standard for Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality provides recommendations for minimum ventilation rates and other parameters to ensure good indoor air quality (IAQ). Keeping the IAQ at a safe level will help to minimize any adverse health effects caused by air quality factors.
The 62.1 standard is intended for both new building and building addition projects. It can also be used as a guide for the improvement of IAQ in existing buildings.
In order to properly conform to the ASHRAE 62.1 standard, it is necessary for sensors to be both stable and accurate. Continue reading “How is Stability Related to ASHRAE 62.1 Standards?”