Ventilation product selection program

Greenheck's Computer-Aided Product Selection Program (CAPS) provides access to ventilation products.

12/27/2012


Greenheck's Computer-Aided Product Selection Program (CAPS) provides access to ventilation products. Courtesy: GreenheckGreenheck’s AMCA-certified Computer Aided Product Selection Program (CAPS) provides access to full-scale Autodesk Revit models of Greenheck’s commercial ventilation products, and includes product descriptions, application information, comparison tools, dimensional drawings, payback analysis, and detailed product performance for all Greenheck products. CAPS files contain configuration-based information for each completed product selection. This specific information drives each family type to create a complete representation of the product including key selectable options and accessories. Because CAPS families are application based, changes made to a Greenheck product selection will provide updated data for each configuration in CAPS, re-export the Revit content, and easily update each product mark to the latest configuration by simply reloading the data in Revit. Each mark will then update to the latest configuration details and performance. 

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