The Dwyer team recently released the StabiliSENSE™ critical room pressure monitor, Series RPMC. This series is ideal for critical low differential room pressure applications, such as: clean manufacturing areas, semiconductor manufacturing, pharmaceutical, clean rooms, research labs, and vivariums. Continue reading “[New Product Highlight] StabiliSENSE™ Critical Room Pressure Monitor | Series RPMC”
The Series SAH SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument looks different than traditional air hoods, but that’s because it’s solving balancers’ problems in a new way. Take, for example, some feedback we received from Ken (a TAB technician) earlier this year.
Small, highly maneuverable air hood
Ken was measuring standard 2’ x 2’ diffusers with our SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument and the new app. While taking measurements, he ran into an area with very little clearance. Continue reading “Air Balancing Success Story”
As buildings continue to become more and more energy efficient, we continue to see updates and recommendations to building designs. For example, ASHRAE recently published an update to Standard 62.1 Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality that covers changes to how we monitor and control humidity in occupied spaces. Continue reading “Moisture Control for Indoor Air Quality”
The current COVID-19 pandemic spread and breadth is unprecedented. Because of this, it is important that precautions are taken when reopening schools and office buildings. The question we find ourselves asking as professionals in the HVAC trade is this:
How do you return the HVAC system back to normal operations (and continued operations) during this pandemic? Continue reading “Ensuring HVAC System Safety for Reopening Schools & Office Buildings”
Room pressure monitors are devices that monitor differential pressure between two rooms or areas. Differential pressure is the difference of two pressures being sensed.
There are several applications where it is important to maintain a pressure difference between two rooms. This helps to ensure that there are no contaminants entering or exiting a protected area. In a medical setting, an isolation room requires a pressure differential to make sure that no bacteria, pathogens, or viruses enter (or leave) the isolation room. This protects healthcare professionals, patients, and other guests, and minimizes the spread of germs. Room pressure monitors would also be used in areas such as: pharmaceutical manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, clean rooms, research labs, vivariums, and clean manufacturing areas. Continue reading “What Are Room Pressure Monitors and Where Are They Used?”