Introducing the New App for the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument

The Dwyer team is proud to announce the new app for the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument. This app replaces the PredictAir™ application software, and ensures that connecting to your hood and balancing a building is now easier than ever!

The automated connection process within the app will prompt you to connect the SMART Air Hood® balancing instrument the first time you open it. Continue reading “Introducing the New App for the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument”

8 Reasons to Buy the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument

SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument and PredictAir™ Application Software

Air balancing is the process of testing and adjusting an HVAC system to deliver the correct amount of air to each room of a building. The most common tool used in air balancing is an air flow hood, which measures the volume of air coming out of a diffuser in order to find areas of the system where the flow is limited. The 2016 Dealer Design Award-winning SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument, Series SAH, was designed by your HVAC market leader to be the most accurate and easy to operate air flow hood on the market. But what exactly gives the Series SAH an advantage against comparable products? Continue reading “8 Reasons to Buy the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument”

Why Does the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument Measure a Lower Flow than Traditional Air Flow Hoods?

Many new users of the award-winning SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument (Series SAH) compare their new readings to those of their old, traditional air flow hoods. While the readings on a 3 cone step diffuser, 4 way diffuser and many return registers are very similar; users have noticed that swirl diffusers, slot diffusers and other directional diffusers give a lower reading on the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument when compared to traditional air flow hoods. Continue reading “Why Does the SMART Air Hood® Balancing Instrument Measure a Lower Flow than Traditional Air Flow Hoods?”