Computer-aided product selection program

The new CAPS system by Greenheck offers new features for streamlined operations and improved efficiency for specific performance-based information.

06/09/2011


Greenheck has released Version 4.6 of its Computer Aided Product Selection Program (CAPS). New products included in CAPS 4.6 are air-cooled packaged direct exchange available on models DGX, IGX, and MSX makeup air units; seven models of Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD) seismic rated spun aluminum fans and four models of OSHPD seismic rated blower fans; larger size air measuring dampers in sizes up to 144 x 148 in.; an expanded Vari-Green motor offering; the SWB series 300 backward inclined fans; and UL listed for emergency smoke control systems on model GB spun aluminum downblast exhaust fans. CAPS 4.6 also features streamlined kitchen hood selection and a kitchen ventilation system product input guide to make product selection easier and more efficient. The AMCA-certified CAPS program offers users the ability to download Revit drawing files for many of the products in CAPS. These files include specific performance-based information on the respective product.



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