flow-through sensor
Posted By: Alex Sargent

While probe sensors are the most widely used in the industry when it comes to certifying air velocity in fume hoods and biosafety cabinets, longer-term particulate and chemical exposure degrades accuracy and reliability over time, and within cabinets with a movable sash and a local fan, correlating duct-to-face velocity can be particularly difficult. In order […]

degree controls at absa 2018
Posted By: Adnan Sehic

DegreeC will be exhibiting at the 61st Annual Biological Safety Conference at the Charleston Convention Center in Charleston, South Carolina. If you are planning to attend please make sure to drop by and say Hello and enter our C Breeze raffle!

AccuTrac redesign
Posted By: Adnan Sehic

At DegreeC, we take customer feedback seriously so we can achieve a high standard of excellence and performance across our portfolio of airflow sensors, instruments, and control solutions. For decades, our diverse customer base has relied on multipoint sensing and data acquisition instruments to perform detailed analyses of airflow, temperature, and humidity across complex flow […]

b-series sensor redesign
Posted By: Adnan Sehic

DegreeC continues to lead the industry in bi-directional air velocity and ambient temperature sensing with the redesign of the AVS product line. Maintaining degreeC’s commitment to customer feedback and innovative engineering, the new low voltage B300 and universal B500 sensor models measure flow amplitude, temperature, velocity and directionality via digital and analog communication styles. For HVAC applications where minute changes in […]

Posted By: Steven Gonzalez

Degree Controls, Inc. has completed online ordering for Airflow Instrumentation products. Qualifying web orders will ship within 2 business days of receipt. This is part of DegreeC’s ongoing commitment to providing research and development tools quickly, to keep their customer’s engineering, development and test program moving on their schedule.  *For higher volume or bulk orders, we may […]

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