Developed for velocity-sensitive applications to deal with very lightweight dust particles, the DB-M creates a cloud of atomized water droplets without using a fan that would contribute unwanted turbulence. The standard design is a 15-feet (4.5 meters) pole mount featuring a series of 17 nozzles, with water pressure delivered by an on-board 10 hp booster pump. Featuring selectable flow settings and our Variable Particle Sizing™ technology (VPS™), the DB-M was designed to be customizable for specific operating conditions and particle behaviors, giving users a versatile, skid-mounted dust management solution.
U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) names AccuWeather as one of first Ambassadors. AccuWeather Global Headquarters, March 28, 2014 — AccuWeather was named one of NOAA’s first Weather-Ready Nation “Ambassadors.” The initiative was started to recognize organizations committed to helping the nation be better prepared for, respond to, and recover from weather-related disasters. [...]
AccuWeather acquires Bluefin Engineering apps and website to provide superior marine weather forecasts for users who love boating activities. Marine Weather™ by AccuWeather provides mariners and other water hobbyists with superior weather information pertinent for water activities including buoy data, tide information, water currents, radar, wind speed and direction, dew point, air temperature, barometric pressure, weather [...]
New Forecasts Can Predict Precipitation Start and End Times on a Minute by Minute Basis, at a Hyper-Local Level AccuWeather Global Weather Center – November 7, 2013— AccuWeather, a leading global digital media company, today announced that it has acquired Sky Motion Research, Inc., of Montreal, Canada, an innovative developer of ultrashort- term and highly [...]