TOOLS

Below is a list of downloadable and online tools provided by our manufacturers. These tools are meant to assist with selections, design, and energy/cost analysis.

Greenheck

eCAPS is a Fan Application Suite designed for engineers.  It includes online fan, damper, louver selection and a Toolbox.

The eCAPS Bridge is an add-in that links Greenheck’s eCAPS platform directly to the Autodesk® Revit program. It gives users access to the capabilities of eCAPS, and facilitates seamless loading of Revit content without leaving the Revit work environment. This add-in is free to download and use.

Greenheck's Computer Aided Fan Selection Program (CAPS)

This is a program that allows the user to electronically plot conditions on a psychrometric chart. This program version permits the user to enter state points and graph the air conditioning process, while also calculating additional air properties.

Greenheck Coil Selection Software

Price Industries

Use the All-In-One 3 software to efficiently select, configure, and calculate the performance of Price products

Selection tool for active chilled beams

Daikin VRV

REQUIRES LOG IN - WebXpress (VRV) is an internet based systematic selection software for Daikin VRV systems (Air-Cooled) and VRV-W systems (Water-Cooled). It allows you to make quick or detailed system selection for quotation with easy operation. Detailed reports and mechanical schedules can be generated upon building complete selection.

Daikin Applied

Contact a NSWC Representative for a copy - Daikin Tools suite for engineers allows you to run your own selections on Daikin Applied equipment. This tool has built in features which immediately show details and suggestions for most factory options simply by hovering over them.  It also provides quick access to literature, drawings, technical data, etc. If you need assistance with your selection you can simply send me an export so I can access and edit.

Available to Daikin Representatives - A user friendly front end to EnergyPlus®, the premier energy simulation program developed by Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy. This new web-based energy analysis program provides an easy-to-use method of estimating energy consumption, operating costs and life cycle analysis between two HVAC systems so the best financial decision can be made.

Contact a NSWC Representative for a copy - Lets you estimate the sound of HVAC equipment in a space or at the property line using your design conditions. This software can help you determine if your equipment selection will meet specifications. View a demonstration of this software at DaikinApplied.com under the Design Tools link.

Using a detailed algorithm, energy models will deliver valuable insights on your energy consumption to help you make informed decisions from the ground up or take advantage of savings within reach during your next remodel or system upgrade. Today’s models reveal true cost of ownership with impacts beyond the basics such as depreciation rates, annual maintenance, local weather, and the amount of ventilation air used. Cascading effects from the number of windows to the orientation of the building all bring valuable insight to your total building efficiency. With EnergyAnalyzer® 3 from Daikin Applied, you can assess your project early to determine the best HVAC equipment for your building. By relying on an energy modeler early in the process, your whole project can be more energy efficient and save you money. Contact your local Daikin Sales Representative for energy modeling simulations for your projects.

Size and calculate ductwork

This is a program that allows the user to electronically plot conditions on a psychrometric chart. This program version permits the user to enter state points and graph the air conditioning process, while also calculating additional air properties.

Daikin Tools

Acoustic Analyzer

Energy Analyzer

DriSteem (Humidifiers)

Calculate humidification load based on entering air, outside air, and desired room conditions

Compare your gas and electric humidification costs