Tag: Critical Containment

Room pressure monitors, pharmaceutical capsules packaging
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Do you need to monitor differential pressure to help ensure the safety of a space? Are you tired of manual data logging? The Rooster™ platform of Pressure Monitors from Degree Controls allows you to monitor differential pressure for critical spaces such as cleanrooms, pharmacies, and hospital rooms. Rooster room pressure monitors automatically log data, so […]

Airflow Measurement Tools
February 10, 2023

Airflow Measurement Tools

Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Thousands of Degree Controls Rooster™ Airflow Monitors have been deployed throughout the world to monitor airflow in critical containment applications. When Facility Managers who have begun to install or commission a hood realize that they don’t have a handheld sensor, they contact us to purchase Rooster’s companion tool, the °C Point Anemometer. Other times, it’s […]

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 […]

Rooster™ Lab Hood Airflow Monitor
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Chosen by OEMs and Certifiers for Airflow Monitoring Within Lab Hoods Thank you! We are glad we got to meet with so many of you at the CETA Annual Meeting earlier this month. For those of you who missed it, the latest Rooster™ lab hood airflow monitor interface software gives users the option to calibrate […]

Remote-control °C Breeze fogger, remote and receiver
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Remote-control °C Breeze fogger is used for airflow pattern testing in cleanrooms, laboratories, and other controlled environments. We’ve listened to our valued customers and partners. Using an optional wireless remote controller, the °C Breeze fog generator can be controlled remotely for airflow visualization studies. Simply connect the receiver to the side of the °C Breeze, […]

Bidirectional airflow sensors, carrot drying
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

B-Series airflow sensors measure air velocity, temperature, and the direction of velocity in real time. Bidirectional airflow sensors detect flow reversals to alert HVAC professionals and process engineers to out of bounds conditions. Air should be moving in the right direction for systems and processes to work as designed. Airflow direction matters. It is connected […]

Clean Room Foggers Test Containment
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Clean room foggers verify flow paths and identify leaks to ensure the safety and protection of people, products, and processes. In many laboratories, a chemical fume hood is the primary engineering control to protect personnel from airborne contaminants. These, and other critical containment devices such as biological safety cabinets (BSCs), only work as well as […]

cleanroom fogger, c_breeze_with_tools
Posted By: Degree Controls Inc.

Cleanroom Foggers for Dynamic Smoke Studies Degree Controls cleanroom foggers test containment in all types of laboratories including: and they are also used to verify airflow patterns in manufacturing and R&D processes. Our visualization tools produce a non-toxic fog to reveal airflow patterns and demonstrate flow paths. °C Breeze and FlowMarker™ fogger kits are portable, […]

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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