The Dwyer Instruments, Inc. website was launched 21 years ago and was one of the first instrumentation e-commerce websites of its kind. Over the years as new products and features were added to the site, navigation became more complex for new users. Dwyer continually strives to improve the user experience by making platform updates and reducing the number of clicks it takes to find and order a desired product. To that end, users will begin to see navigation updates on the W.E. Anderson® by Dwyer Valve Automation website (www.weavalves.com) in May. To round out 2017, these changes will incrementally be updated across the entire Dwyer platform. Continue reading “Find What You Want In Less Clicks”
Understanding the necessary requirements for your product’s enclosure ratings is important, particularly when looking to gain the optimum life from your product while avoiding any safety concerns. Included below is a straight forward easy to understand overview of enclosure ratings, including NEMA types, IP ratings, and the difference between the two. We will be looking at these two common standards for industrial enclosures, what they equate to, some alternatives, and how to best choose the right one for your application. Continue reading “Weatherproof Enclosure Ratings: Speaking the Secret Language of NEMA and IP”
Question: Can the Flotect® Vane-Operated Flow Switch, Series V4, be installed in a vertical pipe run?
The objective for this writing is to inform HVAC technicians and contractors about the limitations of testing equipment currently used for testing, adjusting, and balancing HVAC systems. The need for more accurate instruments is immediate as energy programs are moving toward net-zero energy building efficiencies.
In doing so, HVAC technicians and contractors will struggle with tighter specifications as they tune HVAC systems with instruments that fail to provide the required accuracy and versatility. Continue reading “Advances in HVAC Test Equipment: The Importance of Diffuser Calibration for Flow Hood Measurements”