ASHRAE 62.1 Standard for Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality provides recommendations for minimum ventilation rates and other parameters to ensure good indoor air quality (IAQ). Keeping the IAQ at a safe level will help to minimize any adverse health effects caused by air quality factors.
The 62.1 standard is intended for both new building and building addition projects. It can also be used as a guide for the improvement of IAQ in existing buildings.
You’re probably familiar with OEM products. But what about OEM calibration services?
OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer and describes companies that make devices from component parts. Some OEMs also offer calibration services that are specific to the product you purchased from them. For many types of test equipment, annual calibration is necessary to ensure the measured values meet the original specifications. Sending your equipment back to the original manufacturer ensures the highest-quality calibration, giving you the confidence needed to effectively measure and test in your business. Continue reading “Why Choose the Original Equipment Manufacturer for Calibration Services?”
Why is pressure sensor accuracy important? From a manufacturer’s point of view, the wrong sensor can cause expensive quality or efficiency problems. This is why it’s important to understand how manufacturers calculate accuracy and recognize what parameters to look at when comparing pressure sensors.
By understanding how manufacturers calculate accuracy, you will be able to make a more informed decision when evaluating pressure sensors. This ensures that the next sensor that you select will have the required accuracy at the right price for the application. Continue reading “Pressure Sensor Accuracy”