Carmel Software Releases New "HVAC Residential Load Calcs HD" Application for the iPad
This app will change the way HVAC technicians and engineers do business. Now, they can go out into the field, do a quick and comprehensive load calc, and email the results back to the office to conduct more detailed analysis.
San Rafael, CA
August 1, 2011
August 1, 2011
Contact: Masha O'Brien
"This app will change the way HVAC technicians and engineers do business. Now, they can go out into the field, do a quick and comprehensive load calc, and email the results back to the office to conduct more detailed analysis. This is the only app of its kind at this time," says Stephen Roth, Principal at Carmel Software.
The HVAC Residential Load Calcs HD application is the perfect tool for HVAC technicians, engineers and home owners. The following is just a brief list of features available in this app:
- Takes advantage of the larger screen size of the iPad, allowing users to view more information at once
- Includes a database of 100s of building construction types and weather data for 1000s of cities
- Allows users to create and store an unlimited number of projects
- Users can instantly see calculated results as they update input values
- Includes the ability to display a wide-variety of on-screen reports including tabular breakdown and pie-chart reports
- Includes the ability to display and email a comprehensive HTML report, Excel spreadsheet and PDF document for viewing on a desktop computer
- and much more ...
About Carmel Software
Carmel Software Corporation has been a leader in HVAC design software since 1995. In fact, our software currently powers the analysis capabilities of Autodesk's (makers of AutoCAD) 3D modeling software tools. Also, ASHRAE, Mitsubishi Electric, Trane, PECI, U.S. Department of Energy, Honeywell, DNV GL, Carrier, large western utilities, and other Fortune 500 building-services companies rely upon Carmel to develop custom mobile and desktop applications for their clients. We currently offer more than 40 HVAC mobile apps for iOS and Android powered devices.
Media Contact: Masha O'Brien, Phone: 800-339-6030