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HVAC SolutionHVAC Solution linkHVAC Solution:Welcome to HVAC Solution - New HVAC Software Design for HVAC Equipment and Systems.
– http://www.hvacsolution.com
HVAC Prime SourceHVAC Prime Source linkHVAC Prime Source:Software for doing HVAC system design and equipment sizing calculations, such as for cooling & heating load, fan pressure drop etc. This software is much simpler to use and cheaper than the typical software available in the industry.
– http://www.hvacprimesource.com/HvacSoftware
WrightsoftWrightsoft linkWrightsoft:Wrightsoft HVAC software is the complete solution for HVAC load calculations, system design and sales requirements.
– http://www.wrightsoft.com
HVAC-CalcHVAC-Calc linkHVAC-Calc:HVAC-Calc: The Heat Gain Heat Loss Calculator... do-it-yourself
– http://www.hvac-calc.com
Elite SoftwareElite Software linkElite Software:Elite Software - 30 hvac software programs for all aspects of hvac, plumbing and electrical System Design.
– http://www.elitesoft.com/web/hvacr/elite_rhvacw_info
ComfortAirComfortAir linkComfortAir:Air conditioning sizing made easy, by using ComfortAir HVAC Software for hourly load analysis.
– http://www.comfortair-software.com
Design MasterDesign Master linkDesign Master:Learn more about Design Master HVAC, 3D HVAC building information modeling software for AutoCAD.
– http://www.designmaster.biz/products/hvac
ServiceCEOServiceCEO linkServiceCEO:ServiceCEO software can help your air conditioning service business with management, scheduling, dispatching, billing, and estimating tools; helping you do more with less effort.
– http://www.serviceceo.com/air-conditioning-software
EMSEMS linkEMS:Load Calc Home
– http://hvacloadcalculator.com
DeFNiC SoftwareDeFNiC Software linkDeFNiC Software:Work order software designed for the HVAC, Heating and Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Mechanical service industry.
– http://www.dispatchedsoftware.com/HVAC_Work_Order_Software
Go to FieldEdgeFieldEdge linkFieldEdge:FieldEdge features help mechanical contractors stay more connected, improve tech performance, save office staff time and market better.
– http://fieldedge.com/products
Go to HVACPackHVACPack linkHVACPack:HVAC Pack Field Service Software designed for QuickBooks for Service Dispatch, Service Scheduling Quick Books, HVAC Service Software Scheduling for Quick Books.
– http://www.hvacpack.com
Go to CarrierCarrier linkCarrier:HVAC System Design Software | Carrier Building Solutions
– http://www.carrier.com/commercial/en/us/software/hvac-system-design
Go to LoadCalcLoadCalc linkLoadCalc:Manual J load calculator, HVAC calculation, Whole house- www.loadcalc.net
– http://www.loadcalc.net
Go to BenchmarkBenchmark linkBenchmark:Design, Estimate, and Fabricate. Benchmark is the collaborative HVAC CAD solution that takes your projects from conception to completion.
– http://hvaccadsoftware.com

Direct From The Tech...
When You Replace A HVAC System, A Load Calculation Should Be Done

This dates me, but I remember when you installed or replaced an air conditioning system for a house, you took the square footage of the building, times it by 12, added 6000, and rounded it up to the nearest 1/2 ton (6000 BTU/h). For example, a 1200 square foot home = 1200 x 12 + 6000 = 20400. Since 12,000 BTU/h = 1 ton of cooling. The nearest 1/2 ton to 20400 would be 24,000 BTU/h or 2 ton. The formula worked well for the old 8 SEER systems. The only R rating we were concerned with then was at the movies. Most houses were heated by gas or oil, and when you added air conditioning, you had to change the blower motor and install a fan center. This increased the fan speed in the AC mode. That was a long time ago, and changes in HVAC technology have greatly improved. Energy efficiency is a concern. Homes are better insulated and engineering improvements to doors and windows have changed exceedingly. For example, an older home with a 3 ton AC system that once had single pane window glass, and little or no insulation in the walls or attic, could now have newer windows and insulation. With these improvements, a new 2.5 ton AC system could now do the same job as the old system. Today, many factors go into calculating the values to correctly size a system. For houses, the best method is called a Manual J. This heat and cooling load calculation, developed by the Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA), can be manually or computer calculated. I suggest a computerized version because it provides input values for an easier and faster calculation. Most software versions offer instructions on data input. A properly sized HVAC system, combined with a seasonal service check, will provide years of efficient operation.

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