As we welcome the new year, we’re happy to announce our team will be attending two trade shows over the next few weeks: World of Concrete (January 17-19) and AHR Expo (February 6-8). Continue reading “Upcoming Trade Shows – Visit Us at World of Concrete and AHR Expo!”
Differential pressure between two rooms prevents dust, particulates, and pathogens from entering or exiting one room and going into the other. Depending on the relationship between rooms, one room will be under positive pressure when referenced against the other. This positive-negative pressure relationship between two spaces is the main idea behind clean rooms and isolation rooms. To ensure the differential pressure relationship is maintained, a measuring device must be used.
Room pressure monitors and room status monitors measure, display, and transmit the differential pressure reading between two rooms. In general, room pressure monitors only monitor differential pressure. On the other hand, room status monitors monitor differential pressure and additional parameters such as relative humidity, temperature, air change, or door status. They are both used in critical applications that require critical low differential pressure relationships. Continue reading “What are Room Pressure and Room Status Monitors?”
Today wrapped up the 2022 ASHE Annual Conference, where our team met with health care facility and engineering professionals to discuss future trends, find new solutions, and showcase our latest products. Continue reading “Thanks for visiting us at the ASHE Annual Conference!”
Partially or completely closed school facilities have been the reality of many school corporations and families across the country since we were struck by the COVID-19 pandemic. It has effectively targeted our preparedness; changing how we view building’s HVAC systems, indoor air quality (IAQ), and even how parents and teachers view which schools are the safest, best institutions for themselves and their families. Continue reading “During the Pandemic: A Study of School Air Management”
Dwyer® products are used to monitor and improve parameters that make up indoor air quality (IAQ) such as building pressure, temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide (CO2), and volatile organic compounds. This is particularly important for areas like schools, where students and teaching staff will be present for long periods of time. Our products are used in all areas of the building, including classrooms, gymnasiums, auditoriums, and nurse offices. Continue reading “Ensuring Comfortable, Safe Environments in Schools”