Picture this: You wake up with a start to the sound of crackling flames and the screech of an alarm. A nearby apartment room has caught fire, and you need to get out before it spreads to the rest of the building. You go through the motions; grab the keys, check the door knob, keep low to the ground. You head to the stairs and make your way outside to safety.
We often don’t think about the effects that relative humidity can have. It doesn’t stand out the way that the temperature of a room does, where a person might have to turn on a fan or turn up a heater. In fact, relative humidity is crucial to promoting good indoor air quality and is important to the health and safety of several different applications and areas.
Question: Is there a kit I can buy with the Magnehelic® Differential Pressure Gage for monitoring air filters, so that I don’t have to buy all the tubing, static pressure tips, and a bracket separately?
As weather gets cooler, it’s a common misconception that cold and flu viruses are more frequent due to the temperatures outside. This can actually be attributed to the fact that we are inside more, thus being exposed to higher concentrations of pollutants. Poor indoor air quality can cause what has come to be known as sick building syndrome.
The summer is always a busy time for our team, as we check and double check the formatting and information of our annual instrumentation catalog. Now that autumn is here, we’re proud to announce that the new Dwyer Catalog is now available! Continue reading “The New Catalog is Available… Get Yours Today!”