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infection prevention with airflow monitoring
Posted By: John Callanan

Infection prevention and control (IPC) measures to protect personnel, patients and visitors are well-established by laboratories, clean rooms and multitudes of other public and private entities. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and ASHRAE COVID-19 guidance, many are upgrading engineering controls for their facilities and refining strategies to remove hazards through air ventilation.   Environmental Health and […]

room pressure monitoring with rooster pressure100
Posted By: John Callanan

Hospitals and health care facilities recognize the importance of protecting patients, workers, and patrons from hazards. They evaluate their ventilation systems on an ongoing basis, and work continuously to make systems and engineering controls better for improved health and safety.  Healthcare organizations are installing room-based pressure monitors in all types of functional areas to further […]

f200 embedded airflow sensor and arduino
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Embedded Sensing Provides Benefits High performance electronics are increasingly being developed with built-in air velocity sensing to improve reliability, warn the user of a use-case or environmental issues, and to allow the OEM to track airflow starvation events that could mitigate product failure liabilities. DegreeC has developed cost effective and small form factor approaches to […]

airflow visualization tools
Posted By: Jan Fischer

HEPA Filtration Helps Prevent Airborne Transmission of Infectious Diseases A HEPA filter, high-efficiency particulate air filter, is used to describe a filter that exhibits a minimum efficiency of 99.97% at a test aerosol diameter of 0.3 micrometers, assuring a high level of protection against the transmission of airborne diseases. HEPA filtration is widely applied in laboratory, […]

data center cooling
Posted By: Jan Fischer

Better Cooling and Cost Savings Data centers need sufficient cool air, and data center performance is more efficient and reliable with balanced cooling. The portable °C Grate airflow measurement tool is specifically designed for quickly testing airflow rates over perforated floor tiles in data centers, office spaces and laboratory environments.  °C Grate provides accuracy to […]

airflow sensors for safe educational environments
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Back to School with Confidence As summer goes by, school personnel, parents, and students alike are working on their back to school preparations. Understanding airflow is a key element of school readiness, and there are resources available to help us make informed decisions: The CDC’s Considerations for Schools discusses ventilation as a strategy to maintain healthy environments. […]

airflow for infection prevention
Posted By: John Callanan

Measure & Monitor Air Velocity for Infection Prevention & Control Infection prevention and control (IPC) measures to protect patients, personnel and visitors are well-established by hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, health care centers and multitudes of other public and private entities. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and supplemental guidance from the CDC, many are upgrading engineering controls […]

c grate balancing data center airflow
Posted By: Jan Fischer

Help Prevent Downtime and Reduce Costs Data centers continue to be vital to daily operations. The demand for information is high, and businesses thrive on data and internet. Data center cooling is essential and prevents costly downtime and premature equipment failures. Measuring and monitoring data center airflow and temperature is also essential to ensure cooling […]

airflow for indoor farming
Posted By: Alex Sargent

FH-Series for Effective Airflow and Optimal Growth  Effective airflow to control temperature and remove excess humidity from growing environments helps maintain ideal and repeatable growing conditions essential for quality crops, productivity, and profitability. Indoor farms are engineered for specific plantings and include climate management systems with airflow and humidity sensing, as well as irrigation and […]

airflow measurement to validate CFD analysis
Posted By: Jan Fischer

Help Prevent the Spread of COVID-19 The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting all of us. As the world works toward reopening, simulation is one of the strategies being used to understand ventilation systems and how aerosols and droplets propagate. This allows managers of indoor (and outdoor) spaces such as offices, manufacturing facilities, restaurants, and lecture […]