Two new brochures detail GrayWolf’s patented thermal (“hotwire”) anemometer design, and unique extendable pitot static tubes for air velocity and volume airflow measurement.
GrayWolf Sensing Solutions of Shelton, Connecticut introduces new literature detailing probes that connect to its highly innovative AdvancedSense™ Air Velocity and Differential Pressure Meters. Alternatively, connect the thermal anemometers to a handheld Windows Mobile Pocket PC, or to a WIN 7 netbook running GrayWolf’s user-friendly WolfSense® 2011 application software. The pitot tubes may alternatively be connected to GrayWolf classical line Zephyr™ micro-manometers, IAQ Surveyor™ Pro meters, or to alternative brand differential pressure meters.
The new literature provides specific details about the airspeed probes and pitot static tubes that GrayWolf manufactures; with color images, line drawings and specifications for each sensor. The AdvancedSense/DirectSense AIR brochure also covers the feature-rich capability of these systems, including enhanced display, data-logging, survey documentation and report generation.
An industry leader since 1998, GrayWolf’s environmental instrumentation is employed globally by industry professionals; in manufacturing plants, hospitals, schools, high rise buildings, airports, ships, shopping malls, refineries and many other types of facilities. Worldwide management, sales and customer support is headquartered in Shelton, CT (USA). The primary manufacturing facility is in Tuamgraney, Ireland and service is offered at each GrayWolf facility and by an international network of distributors. GrayWolf provides advanced sensor and software technology, employing the power of mobile computers (embedded PCs, pocket PCs, tablet PCs and netbooks), for superior portable environmental instrumentation.
For more information or for a set of printed brochures, please contact:
Marketing & Graphics Administrator
GrayWolf Sensing Solutions
6 Research Drive
Shelton, CT 06484 USA
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