A data logger is a tool used to record a variety of parameters, which can include, temperature, humidity, dew point, current, voltage, and carbon monoxide. The logger is used in the field to record data, then brought back to a computer to collect/graph what was collected. These data loggers are ideal for applications such as: calibration labs, environmental chambers, pharmaceutical plants, and storage warehouses. Continue reading “Ask the Expert: What is a data logging USB, and how do I use it?”
Since the company was founded in 1931, customers have come to recognize Dwyer Instruments, Inc. to stand for quality, reliability, and readily available competitively priced products. As a leading manufacturer in the controls and instrumentation industry, we continue to grow and serve major markets, including HVAC, water & wastewater, powder & bulk, and agriculture.
We have three core values that have helped us to become a trusted instrumentation solution provider:
Spirit of winning
Today we’ll be discussing the first core value: spirit of winning. We recognize the expertise and skill of the people that use our products in the field every day. More than anything else, however, we’re here to make sure that these customers succeed. That’s why our team is passionate about what they do, and work tirelessly to get it right.
Dwyer strives to be the trusted leader in manufacturing innovative instrumentation solutions for the worldwide HVAC and process automation markets. Providing friendly, timely, and accurate technical service/support is just one way in which we accomplish this mission. It is a source of pride for the whole Dwyer team, and we’re happy to be able to assist our customers with their product application requirements. Continue reading “Ask the Expert: Dwyer Applications Engineers”
For anyone who has recently purchased or sold a home, they may have noticed a radon inspection clause in the purchasing agreement. What is radon, and why are we testing for it in our homes?
Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that is naturally released into the environment as a decay byproduct of radium. Radium is a decay byproduct of uranium which can be found in certain types of rock, soil, or water. Some areas have higher concentrations of radon due to the soil composition which leads to additional testing for radon. Continue reading “What is Radon, and Why are We Testing for it in Our Homes?”