Tag: Air Velocity Monitor

Airflow and pressure monitors
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Choose the Rooster™ to best fit your needs! What is it? How do I choose it? Which sensor? How do I calibrate? Contact John Callanan, john.callanan@degreec.com, with questions about the Rooster™ airflow and pressure monitors that are right for you. ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 110 is an American National Standard used to evaluate fume containment of laboratory […]

Side Wall Sensing
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Do you need to control and monitor fume hood face velocity? The Degree Controls side wall sensor is a flow-through device used by Laboratory Managers to control and monitor fume hood face velocity. It is typically mounted in the side wall of a fume hood and draws in clean, ambient air, rather than contaminated exhaust […]

Side Wall Sensing
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Choose Degree Controls for your airflow monitors! We understand that you need an airflow alarm and monitor that perfectly complements your application. The Rooster™ platform of air flow alarms and monitors includes basic go/no go airflow monitors, more advanced monitors which indicate measured velocity values in real time, and fully featured, BACnet® MS/TP capable controllers. […]

Airflow monitor control
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

It will be our pleasure to see you October 16th – 18th, at the American Biological Safety Association1 65th Annual Conference in Milwaukee. We will present Rooster™ Airflow Monitors with alarms, along with our portfolio of sanitary, FDA-GRAS fog generators. Airflow Monitor Control The Rooster platform of airflow monitors is designed to have a positive […]

Board mount airflow sensors, pcb mount air velocity & temperature sensor
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Rooster™ airflow alarms and monitors provide full time monitoring of air velocities within cabinet or exhaust systems to ensure air movement never falls below user-defined thresholds. Customers choose Rooster™ because it offers choices, gives them what they need, and is intuitive and easy to use. While each model has a different feature set, all Rooster™ […]

Posted By: John Callanan

Airflow is Essential for Critical Containment Engineering controls are used to protect laboratory workers. Examples include exposure control devices (ECDs) such as chemical fume hoods and biosafety cabinets (BSCs), which are ventilated to contain harmful toxins and odors, and safeguard against fume releases into the room. These critical containment cabinets differ in design, and airflow […]

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