Includes both imperial and metric units for all data tables.
A summary of the contents (more is included in the app).
- Air Conditioning tables and equations for:
Ammonia - NH3 - Properties
Cooling and Heating Equations
Fruits and Vegetables Optimal Storage Conditions
Rectangular and Circular HVAC Ducts
Refrigerant R22 - Properties
Refrigerants - Environmental Properties
Sensible Heat Ratio
Thermodynamic Properties of Refrigerant - R22
Water Evaporator and Condenser Equations
- Heating tables and equations for:
Air Heating Systems
Chimneys and Fireplace Sizing
Classifications of Coal, Gas Oil, Boilers and Hot Water Heating Systems
Flow Rates in Heating Systems
Flow Temperatures in Hot-Water Heating Systems
Food and Foodstuff
Heat Carrying Capacity of Copper Tube
Hot Water Heating Systems
Overall Heat Transfer Coefficients
Sizing Swimming Pool Heaters
Snow Melting Systems
Static Pressures in HVAC Systems
Units of Heat - BTU, Calorie and Joule
- Ventilation tables and equations for:
Heaters and Coolers
Major and Minor Losses
STP and NTP
The selected HVAC Thermostat manuals are automatically saved to your mobile device after download.
You have the ability to forward these manuals via email to your customer, office, etc.
You have the ability to request IOMs that we will email to you and add them to next update.
LIST OF THE TOP BRANDS IN THE APP
American standard HVAC Thermostats
Aprilaire HVAC Thermostats
Carrier HVAC Thermostats
Honeywell HVAC Thermostats
Lennox HVAC Thermostats
Mitsubishi HVAC Thermostats
Nest HVAC Thermostats
Robertshaw HVAC Thermostats
Trane HVAC Thermostats
White rogers HVAC Thermostats
plus many more brands
Gauge Equivalents Chart
HVAC Trade News
Whatever your application, "We've got a Cable for That!"
• Heating and Cooling Load Estimating
• Sound and Vibration Guidelines
• Ventilation Rates for Indoor Air Quality
• Design Formulas and Conversion Factors
1. Perform superheat refrigerant charge calculations for 75 different refrigerants. Input the indoor wet-bulb and outdoor dry-bulb temps. to get the target superheat temperature. Then, specify the suction line temperature and pressure to get the actual superheat temperature. The difference tells you whether to charge or not.
2. Perform subcool refrigerant charge calculations for 75 different refrigerants. Input the indoor wet-bulb and outdoor dry-bulb temps. to get the target subcool temperature. Then, specify the liquid line temperature and pressure to get the actual subcool temperature. The difference tells you whether to charge or not.
3. Use an interactive slider control to increase or decrease all values and immediately observe calculated results. Also, the slider control allows for "incremental" changes so you can ever-so-slightly change values to observe newly calculated results.
4. Specify atmospheric pressure (other than standard 14.7 psi) so that calculated pressures are adjusted for high elevations like those in Denver and elsewhere.
5. Customize input types so that you can specify manufacturer-specified target superheat/subcool or input indoor dry-bulb/indoor relative humidity in place of indoor wet-bulb temperature.
6. Send an email of all inputs and results with custom message
7. Display input and result values in either English or Metric units
8. Change the color scheme of the app so that it can easily be viewed outdoors in direct sunlight
9. It is "Bluetooth aware", meaning that it will connect via Bluetooth to those PT gauges that are also Bluetooth enabled. This will allow the automatic transfer of temperature/pressure information from those gauges to the HVAC Refrigerant Charge app.
The Duct Sizer application allows you to quickly size one HVAC duct run using the constant friction method. Think of this application as a digital version of the classic Trane Ductulator.
In the "Size by Airflow" mode, you can specify the total airflow in CFM (or L/s), the aspect ratio and one of either the velocity of air or the friction loss per 100 feet (30 meters). The results include both the exact and rounded height and width (or diameter) dimensions, the equivalent diameter (for rectangular and oval duct) and the calculated velocity and friction loss.
In the "Size by Dimensions" mode, you can analyze an existing duct system. There are options to input the existing duct dimensions and one of either the airflow or velocity values to derive the calculated duct friction loss.
You can specify additional parameters such as the duct shape (rectangular, round, or oval), the duct material type (10+ duct material items), duct roughness, the air temperature and the air pressure. You can also choose to display values in either English (IP) or Metric (SI) units.
This application uses slider controls that allow you to quickly increment or decrement the input values and immediately observe the calculated results.
In addition, you can email all inputs and results to any email address.
The "HVAC Duct Sizer" application was designed by Carmel Software Corporation, a leader in HVAC design software since 1995. In fact, Autodesk (the makers of AutoCAD) acquired our load calculation software and incorporated it into their leading 3D modeling software called Revit. We currently offer 35+ apps for the iPhone and Android. In addition, we developed the ASHRAE 62.1 ventilation and Duct Fitting Database iPhone apps that are currently sold by ASHRAE, Inc.
REGARDING COMMENTS BELOW:
1. WE'VE ADDED THE FLEXIBLE DUCT, HELIX CORE DUCT MATERIAL TYPE TO THE DATABASE
2. THE LATEST UPDATE HAS BEEN TESTED ON A VARIETY OF ANDROID SCREEN SIZES INCLUDING ANDROID PHONE/TABLET. IT IS MUCH EASIER TO USE THE SLIDER CONTROLS NOW.
3. THE COMMENT BELOW ABOUT INCORRECT CALCULATIONS: IN FACT, THE CALCULATIONS ARE 100% CORRECT. WE HAVE COMPARED IT AGAINST A STANDARD DUCTULATOR AND ALSO OTHER DESKTOP SOFTWARE CALCULATORS. EVERYTHING IS CALCULATING CORRECTLY. PLEASE EMAIL US AT INFO@CARMELSOFT.COM IF YOU HAVE ANY HESITATIONS.
Life inside today's tight home generates both moisture and pollutants. The moisture comes from cooking, washing, showers and breathing. At excessive levels, moisture condenses on windows and can cause structural deterioration. Areas of excessive moisture are also breeding grounds for mold, mildew, fungi, dust mites and bacteria. You know you have a problem if you find moisture collecting on your windows, or if you notice black spots on walls. These unsightly spots indicate mildew growth. Mold spores and dust easily become airborne and circulate freely throughout the house, possibly causing a range of symptoms and allergic reactions. Balanced ventilation systems, if properly designed and installed, neither pressurize nor depressurize your home. Rather, they introduce and exhaust approximately equal quantities of fresh outside air and polluted inside air. Energy recovery ventilation systems provide a controlled way of ventilating a home while minimizing energy loss. They reduce the costs of heating ventilated air in the winter by transferring heat from the warm inside exhaust air to the fresh (but cold) outside supply air. In the summer, the inside air cools the warmer supply air to reduce cooling costs. Focus I on mobile enables you to access your Focus-I dashboard on the go. You can add any Report, KPI, Statistics and Alerts. Alerts will be displayed in the notifications area once the same is invoked from the Focus-i desktop app. User can customize his mobile dashboard so that the same can be viewed from any mobile for that user. Depending on the model, HRVs can recover up to 85 percent of the heat in the outgoing airstream, making these ventilators a lot easier on your budget than opening a few windows. And, an HRV contains filters that keep particulates such as pollen or dust from entering the house.
HRVs are ideal for tight, moisture-prone homes because they replace the humid air with dry, fresh air. In climates with excessive outdoor humidity, an energy-recovery ventilator is more suitable. This device is similar to an HRV, but dehumidifies the incoming fresh airstream. “...connections which pay!” is a slogan that supports the concept of our company. It reflects our principal objective of making sure that the products of westaflex satisfy the clients’ needs and provide the level of comfort they desire. We have already proved to our clients that fresh air on premises is a necessary precondition if you want to work productively and feel well. Let there be... connections which pay!
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WESTAFLEX® is a large global HVAC brand, owned by German company Westaflex Holding. The company began in 1933 when Lorenz and Ferdinand Westerbarkey, formerly prisoner of war during the Nazi era developed a coil-based tube forming maschine, the first stable and any-shape tube of its kind. The company's owner, named it Westaflex, from their family name Westerbarkey (meaning Westerflex HVAC products). Internationalisation during the 1960s propelled the WESTAFLEX brand to a wider global market. With presence in 32 countries on five continents, Westaflex engages in the majority of their business within Europe and North America.
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ComfortGuard is an innovative monitoring technology that includes the installation of ten custom sensors into your heating and cooling equipment. A central device gathers and transmits data for analysis, 24 hours a day. ComfortGuard monitoring service currently generates over 40 alerts for common problems such as efficiency loss and equipment deterioration. Some breakdowns can be predicted days in advance, allowing preventative maintenance that extends equipment life and can save money.
The ComfortGuard mobile app can only be used with professionally activated ComfortGuard hardware/account. To find an approved contractor, please submit your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Directly contact your preferred HVAC service provider/contractor
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- View alert response recommendations made by ComfortGuard
- View current outdoor air temperature
- Contact the ComfortGuard support team and view FAQs about your ComfortGuard service
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