Carmel Software is quoted in the latest April 2020 ASHRAE Journal cover article
Carmel Software is quoted in the latest April 2020 ASHRAE Journal cover article titled: "Load Calculations for Cannabis Grow Facilities".
San Rafael, CA
April 1, 2020
April 1, 2020
Contact: Lucy Gooden
Carmel Software is quoted in the latest April 2020 ASHRAE Journal cover article titled: "Load Calculations for Cannabis Grow Facilities". HVAC load calcs for grow facilities are calculated differently than conventional load calculations for office buildings or other related facilities. When calculating HVAC loads for office buildings, sensible loads are the driving force for calculating total loads, determining airflow, and for equipment selection. When calculating HVAC loads for grow facilities, latent loads are the driving force. Therefore, using a conventional load calculation software tool for grow facilities may produce inaccurate results. The ASHRAE Journal article explains many of these differences between conventional and grow room load calcs and also explains what types of equipment are required to properly condition grow rooms. Click here for the ASHRAE Journal article.
Carmel Software has developed a customized web-based HVAC load calculation tool for cannabis grow facilities. It is located here.
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, Johnson Controls, the U.S. Department of Energy, Honeywell, Carrier Corp., 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 iOS and Android mobile apps for HVAC.
Media Contact: Lucy Gooden, Phone: 800-339-6030