Airflow Monitoring Station Supplier in NC
Airflow Measurement Controls for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality
What applications benefit from airflow monitoring?
- Fortune 500 Companies
- K-12 Schools
- Healthcare & Medical Facilities
- Government Buildings
- Laboratories & Clean Rooms
- Data Centers
- Museums, Galleries & Libraries
- Airport & Cruise Terminals
How Does Airflow Monitoring Benefit Your Design?
- Comply with ASHRAE Standards
- Demonstrate Code Compliance
- Satisfy LEED Prerequisites and Credits
- Provide Acceptable IAQ
- Save Energy
- Reduce Liability
- Improve Building Performance
What is Thermal Dispersion Technology?Thermal dispersion airflow measurement was pioneered by EBTRON in the early 1980’s. Since then, the Company has continuously refined and improved its technology and products. Today, EBTRON manufactures the highest quality airflow meters available and is arguably the leader in airflow measurement technology. Thermal dispersion relates the velocity of the air to the power and rise in temperature of a heated element in a moving air stream. EBTRON uses precision, bead-in-glass thermistor probes to measure the airflow rate and air temperature. Multiple sensing points are used to produce an average velocity for true volumetric or mass airflow. Each individual sensor node is calibrated to NIST traceable airflow standards at up to 16 points resulting in a sensor accuracy of 2% of reading.
The leader in Airflow MeasurementEBTRON’s engineering design team continuously tests and improves its products. Product testing is conducted in environmental chambers to evaluate performance under the environmental limits that the transmitter and sensor probe will encounter. Sensor node assemblies are tested by an independent laboratory to demonstrate survival in high-salt and atmospheric acid environments. EBTRON maintains a computer-controlled manufacturing system with more than 30 automated calibration and quality checkpoints. Every sensor node is independently calibrated against NIST traceable standards in custom designed and automated calibration wind tunnels. Precision bead-in-glass thermistor probes manufactured to EBTRON specifications undergo a rigorous aging process to ensure long-term stability and high reliability under self-heat conditions. The ruggedized bead-in-glass design differentiates EBTRON from competitors that use less stable, “chip” type thermistors. High performance transmitters undergo electrical burn-in prior to calibration and use only the highest quality industrial grade components to provide for additional reliability. The result is unparalleled performance and reliability that meets the demands of today’s high-tech green buildings.
Airflow Measurement Products
Ebtron product lines include thermal dispersion airflow measurement instruments, indoor air characterization sensors for CO2, relative humidity and temperature, air flow measurement damper solution products and over the door people counters for demand control ventilation and other applications. EBTRON airflow measurement systems are factory calibrated to NIST-traceable standards and do not require additional transmitters or transducers to interface with your host Building Automation System. Lower your startup and maintenance costs, reduce energy consumption and improve control of your HVAC system by specifying EBTRON as the basis-of-design on all of your HVAC projects!
- Duct & Plenum Probes
- Fan Arrays
- Airflow Measurement Dampers
- Fan Inlet Sensors
- BACnet/Modbus CO2, RH and Temperature Sensors
- “Bleed” Differential Airflow Sensors
- ‘U’ Probes for Unit Ventilators and Small Packaged Unit Applications
- ‘T’ Probes for Small Duct & VAV Terminal Box Applications
- ‘E’ Probes for Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV) Applications
- Thermal Imaging Occupancy Counters for Demand Control Ventilation
More Information from Mike Moore Sales & Consulting
The team at Mike Moore Sales & Consulting has been serving consulting engineers and facility owners throughout North Carolina including Charlotte, Raleigh, Asheville, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Fayetteville, and Wilmington. Contact us today to speak with a specialist about how an airflow monitoring station could be utilized at your facility.
For more information, please visit http://www.ebtron.com/