Over the past few months, Dwyer has embarked on a program in transforming from a reactive organization to a proactive one. What do I mean by that? To be proactive in an organization is to reach out to help or assist, instead of being reactive and waiting for someone to reach out to you.
In reaching out to our customers, we wondered both how they, as well as our own team members, would react. In order to find out, Dwyer hired a third party organization to survey our customers. The intent was to allow customers to provide direct feedback so that our team can discover how they are seen by outside eyes. Our organization has done surveys in the past, but never in such a way where the conversation is recorded and our customer-facing teams listen in (with the permission of each customer). The feedback that we received was incredible. Continue reading “Did You Know?”
While summer is vacation time for most, it was the busiest time of year for the Dwyer marketing staff as we prepared for the launch of the 2018 Dwyer™ Catalog.
Many of your favorite products have been updated with new features, such as the addition of a High Accuracy version of our Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gage; new lower ranges and an NPT process connection for our 616KD family of pressure transmitters; and new manifold valves for our Series 490A Hydronic Manometer. In addition to these updates, several new products have been released, including the Series AVUL Air Velocity Transmitter, that help make Dwyer a one-stop-shop for all of your instrumentation needs.
In order to help you select the proper products, the Dwyer team has added additional selection guides and product applications throughout the catalog. The selection guides help to compare products by differentiating the features and benefits. The application guides assist customers by mapping out items that are frequently purchased together for ease in ordering.
Be sure to request your FREE printed copy of the 2018 Dwyer™ Catalog today!
California’s Proposition 65 (Prop 65), officially known as The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, is a California law that requires manufacturers to place a warning label on any product that the State of California has found to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. This law was initially enacted in 1986 to assist Californians with making informed decisions on the products they were purchasing which might impact their drinking water. Since then the law has been extended to include all routes of contact such as eating, drinking, touching, and inhaling. Prop 65 helps consumers stay informed with what chemicals they are in contact with. The basic premise required products to have warning labels; however, products can vary in their use, consumption and how they come in contact with people. For example, a Prop 65 warning may be listed on something simple like a food storage container in restaurant or a more complex product such as a pressure transmitter used to measure water pressure in a municipal drinking system.