Tag: Air Velocity Measurement

Airflow tools for HVAC TAB
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

The tools used for TAB (Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing) and commissioning work are as important as the professionals who perform the work1. Degree Controls offers some of the airflow instruments listed in the NEBB TAB Required Instrumentation list, used to record measurements for certified reports. In addition, Degree Controls offers airflow tools to help HVAC […]

Remote Head Air Velocity Sensors, PC Sensor Head
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Remote head sensors meet requirements when the sensing area is too small for typical probe-style sensors. Degree Controls F-Series Remote Head Sensors are air velocity and temperature sensors where the sensing element is separate from sensor electronics. Remote head sensors are used in instances where the sensing area is too small for a typical probe-style […]

Air Velocity Sensor Calibration, Wand
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Is it Time for an Airflow Sensor Calibration? Degree Controls air velocity and temperature sensors are highly accurate, but still require proper calibration at regular intervals to assure precise measurements. Whether airflow sensors are used in critical manufacturing processes, HVAC systems, or research and development projects, periodic calibration ensures sensors are functioning properly and gives […]

switches verify airflow
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Calibrating velocity instrumentation yields accurate measurements and makes good process control possible. It may be time to calibrate your airflow sensors and instruments. Recalibration ensures sensors and instruments are functioning as accurately as possible and within published specifications. In turn, accurate measurements allow for quality product and good process control. Degree Controls calibrates velocity instrumentation using a […]

sidewall air velocity sensing for critical containment
Posted By: John Callanan

Performance & Reliability with Sidewall Air Velocity Sensing Lab managers often choose to use sidewall sensors to maintain the face velocity of fume hoods and biosafety cabinets, instead of duct-mounted probe-style sensors, in applications where the exhaust flow is dirty or extremely hot. The long term exposure of probe-style sensors to depositing particulates or corrosive chemicals may compromise […]

degree controls c point anemometer accuracy
Posted By: Steve Carter

°C Point anemometer with field replaceable airflow sensor head is available now The °C Point instrument with field replaceable sensor head from Degree Controls is available now. With sensor heads that can be swapped out anytime, anywhere, using quick change technology, the °C Point makes downtime a thing of the past. Certifiers and EH&S professionals can purchase their […]

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