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airflow for health and well being
Posted By: Jan Fischer

There’s a lot we don’t yet know about COVID-19, however, the CDC, ASHRAE, and OSHA agree that engineering controls are an effective means of protecting employees and communities. Engineering controls are methods built into the design of buildings, equipment or processes to minimize hazards, and one of the strategies is to remove hazards through air […]

configurable air velocity sensing
Posted By: Alex Sargent

HVAC Series – Analyzing Airflow Part 3:  Configurable Air Velocity Sensing & Controls for Duct Airflow Measurement     Note:  Part 2 of our HVAC Series – Analyzing Airflow – °C SPAR is Ideal for Multi-Point In-Duct Measurements explains why the Degree Controls °C SPAR Sensor Pole Array is ideal for in-duct HVAC airflow measurement.   Embedded Air Velocity Sensing Provides Versatility  The embedded […]

rooster airflow alarm for fume hood use
Posted By: Steve Carter

Do you need a reliable Fume Hood Alarm that easily installs on your existing fume hood or biosafety cabinet? There are a lot of different brands and types of fume hoods and biosafety cabinets. Some come with integrated alarm systems, but many don’t. Now, with so many regulations like NSF-49/ANSI, USP 797, and USP 800 […]

technician with f-series probes
Posted By: Alex Sargent

HVAC Series “Analyzing Airflow” Part 4:              Airflow Sensor is Key Element of HVAC Control System  Note:  Part 3 of our HVAC Series – Analyzing Airflow – Configurable Air Velocity Sensing & Controls for Duct Airflow Measurement discusses available configuration options from Degree Controls and describes our embedded platform solution for a large duct application. […]

hvac duct airflow measurement
Posted By: Jan Fischer

HVAC Series “Analyzing Airflow” Part 1:   HVAC Duct Airflow Measurement Note: Part 2 of our HVAC Series – Analyzing Airflow outlines the use of a linear array of airflow sensors designed for multipoint experimentation where there are predefined measurement locations. Indoor environmental conditions directly affect the health, comfort and productivity of a building’s occupants, equipment longevity and […]

multipoint hvac airflow measurement
Posted By: Jan Fischer

HVAC Series “Analyzing Airflow” Part 2:Multipoint Measurement HVAC Duct Airflow  Note: Part 3 of our HVAC Series – Analyzing Airflow discusses available configuration options from Degree Controls and describes our embedded platform solution for a large duct application.  The °C SPAR Sensor Pole Array from Degree Controls is optimal for in-duct HVAC airflow analysis. It is a linear array […]

load card thermal testing
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Board Mount Series Part 3: Load Card Testing with Airflow and Temperature Sensors Note: Part 1 of our Board Mount Series – Airflow Measurement in Electronics outlines the importance of airflow management in electronics and presents F660/F662 PCB mount air velocity and temperature sensors.   Thermal analysis is an essential part of the design of PCBAs (printed circuit board assemblies) for […]

airflow testing in electronics
Posted By: Alex Sargent

Airflow Measurement in Electronics Board Mount Series Part 2: Airflow Measurement for Filter Clog Detection Note: Part 3 of our Board Mount Series – Load Card Testing with Airflow and Temperature Sensors explains how thermal load boards help to improve system performance and reduce development time of complex electronic assemblies.   Fan cooling is an efficient way to keep electronics […]

embedded air velocity sensor on pcb circuit board
Posted By: Alex Sargent

PCB Air Velocity Sensor for Dense PCB and Electronics Enclosures Board Mount Series Part 1:   Note: Board Mount Series Part 2 Airflow Measurement for Filter Clog Detection explains how to manage clogged filters, airflow intake, and exhaust disruptions with monitoring, alarms and control systems.   Airflow management using an air velocity sensor to provide real-time feedback can identify problem […]

Posted By: Steve Carter

USP 800 Compliance for Compounding Hazardous Drugs  If you’re reading this now, chances are you’re doing so with a bit of anxiety … and your anxiety is justified by the December 1, 2019 deadline for United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Chapter <800>.  You’re not alone. Other compounding facilities are in a rush to make physical and policy changes […]

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