EMC2 uses the latest equipment and software to perform our tasks with the highest quality. All of our equipment is calibrated annually as per manufactuer's and NEBB requirements.
AiRNAB - Wireless handheld recording devices that upload readings to a common file that is assembled into the official certified report.
Flowhood - An air flow reading device that encapsulates the discharge and exhaust from registers and grilles.
Sonic Flow Meter - A fluid flow reading device that uses sonic waves so that no pipe port or penetration is required.
Tachometer - A device for measuring rpm on fan and pump shafts.
Manometer - This measures pressure in ducts and pipes to determine pressure losses and flows.
Fluke - Electrical measuring device for volts, amps, frequency and harmonics.
Pitot Tube - This device is inserted into ducts to determine static and velocity air pressures.
Rotating Vane Anemometers - These meters measure air velocity, air volume, and temperature in imperial or metric units. The 4-inch head automatically averages velocity and volume readings, making them essential tools for measuring unevenly distributed or fluctuating flows through heating and cooling coils, extract grilles, and registers.
Orifice Tubes - Another type of flowmeter with an orifice plate within, the fluid flow is measured through the difference in pressure from the upstream side to the downstream side of a plate of a known diameter. The plate obstructing the flow offers a precisely measured obstruction that narrows the pipe and forces the flowing fluid to constrict, where pressures and velocities are measured on both sides.
Blower Doors - This apparatus seals a door opening and pulls a negative pressure on a room or building to
determine leakage rates and locations. Energy rating criteria require this test.
Duct Air Leakage Testing equipment
Thermal Imager - Used to identify insulation effectiveness, building thermal leakage and temperature gradients on a variety of surfaces.
Sound Meters - A carefully calibrated audio device that measures and records sound frequencies and decibel evels in raw form as well as in
A and C-weighted categories. This also measures and identifies waves of movement, or vibration, to identify problem
equipment and building construction issues.
Energy Management and Control Corporation
6600 SW 10th Avenue
Topeka, KS 66615
Hours: M-F 7:30 to 4:30
Scheduling & Project Management:
Darrin Godfrey, NEBB Certified Professional
Quotes for a project:
Darrin Godfrey, Bruce Corbin
Questions on projects or invoicing:
Susan Williams, Office Manager