Press Release

Carmel Software Releases New Steam Tables Universal App

Our Steam Tables app has sold 1000s worldwide over the past 4 years and has always been the highest ranking steam table app on iTunes.
San Rafael, CA
July 7, 2014
Contact: Masha O'Brien
Phone: 800-339-6030
Carmel Software announces that it has released a major update to its popular Steam Tables app. This app now runs on the Apple iPad in addition to the iPhone. This means that the same app will run on both devices and adjust its user interface accordingly.

The Steam Tables application allows users to calculate the properties of saturated or superheated steam based upon a variety of input parameters. This app is unique since it allows users to view exact interpolated results by selecting a variety of input parameters and easily altering these inputs using a slider control. It is perfect for students who often rely upon the more static printed steam tables in engineering text.

"When we first released this app 4+ years ago, there were only 10 or so HVAC apps on iTunes. Today, there are 1000s. Our Steam Tables app has sold 1000s worldwide over the past 4 years and has always been the highest ranking steam table app on iTunes. Now, this app is available for iPad users," says Stephen Roth, PE, Principal of Carmel Software.

The Steam Tables app is the perfect tool for HVAC technicians, engineers, maintenance personnel, and students. Please go to www.carmelsoft.com/mobile for more information.

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